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PROJECT MANUAL FOR: 

640 TREMONT STREET 
BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS 



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AlCHITECTS 

COMUNITAS. INC. 

75 Kneeland Street 

Boston, Massachusetts 02111 

617-350-7284 



Structural Engineering Consultant 

CIBO PERNICE CONSULTING ENGINEEIS 

756 Dedham Street 

Newton, Massachusetts 

617-244-8487 



Civil. Mechanical. & Electrical Engineering Consultant 

ADA ASSOCIATES. INC. 

214 Commercial Street 

Maiden, Massachusetts 

617-322-2100 



Specification Consultant 

DAVID LODGE STUDIOS/ARCHITECTS 

33 Bridge Street 

Medfield, Massachusetts 02032 

508-359-2529 



NOVEMBER 9. 1989 



-SPECIFICATIOnS FOR: 

TAinO TOWER 

640 TREmoni STREET 
BOSTOn. mASSACHUSETTS 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



PAGES 



DIVISION ONE - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 



Section 01010 


Summary of the ¥ork 


Section 01020 


AlloTi'-ancej 


Section 01027 


Application; for Pa^.Tnent 


Section 01040 


Project Coordination 


Section 01045 


Cutting: and Patching 


Section 01090 


Definitions and Standards 


Section 01200 


Project Meetmgi 


Section 01300 


Submittals 


Section 01400 


Quality Control Services 


Section 01 SOD 


Temporary Facilities 


Section 01600 


Material; & Equipment 


Section 01 d'iI 


Product Substitutions 


Section 01700 


Project Clo2eout 


DIVISION T¥0 - 


SITE YORK 


Section 02070 


Selecti^ie Demolition 


Section 02200 


Earthwork 


Section 0251? 


Asphalt Concrete Paving 


Section 02^20 


Portland Cement Concrete Paving 


Section 02666 


¥ater Supply S'S'stems 


Section 02700 


Site Improvements 


Section 02720 


Drainage Systems 


Section 02730 


Sanitary Se%'ere.?e S'j.'stems 


Section 02900 


Landscape Work 


DIVISION THREI 


: - CONCRETE 


Section 03310 


Concrete ¥orK 


Section 03410 


Structural Precast Concrete 


Section 034!jO 


Architecti«'al Precast Concrete 



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No^J^mber 9.. 1989 



P IV IS low rOTTR - MASONRY 

Section 04200 Unit Masonry 22 

Section CH23ri Reinforced Unit Mwonry 6 

Section 04560 Masonry Restoration 16 



DIVISIOM FIVE - METALS 

Section Ojl 20 Striictiiral Steel 9 

Section 05210 Steel Joists 4 

Section 05300 Metal Decking 4 

Section 05500 Miscellaiieoi.is Metals 17 

Section 05520 Handrails and Railings 7 

Section 05715 Prefs.bricated Spiral Stairs 5 



DIVISIOH SII - VOOD & PLASTICS 

Section 06100 Rough Carpentry 7 

Section 06192 Prefabricated ¥ood lr\iostc 6 

Section 06200 Finish Carpentry 5 

Section 06402 Exterior Architectural ¥oodvork 5 



DIVISIOH SEVEN - THERMAL AND MOISTURE PRQTECTIQM 

Section 07200 Insulation 5 

Section 07-3 11 Asphalt Shingles 4 

Section 07530 Flexible Sheet Roofing System 4 

Section 07600 Flashing and Sheet Metal 5 

Section 07700 Roofing Specialties and Accessories 4 

Section 07900 Sealants 13 



DIVISIOM EIGHT - DOORS & VIMDO¥S 

Section 081 10 Metal Doors ai'id Frames 6 

Section 0821 1 Flush ¥ood Doors 7 

Section 08340 0'\'erhead Coiling Grilles 4 

Section 08520 Aluminum Vindo^R's 9 

Section 08710 Finish Herd'^'are 13 

Section 08800 Glass and Glazing 11 



DIVISIOH NINE - FINISHES 

Section 09220 Cement Plaster (Stucco) & Metal Lath 8 

Section 09250 Gypsum Drvs-all 12 

Section 09270 Gypsum Board Shan Vail Systems 7 

Section 09300 Tile 13 

Section 09650 Resilient Flooring 8 

Section 09680 Carpeting 9 



November 9.. 1989 



Seciion 09900 PadnTing 16 



DIVISIOW TEN - SPECIALTIES 

Section 10200 Low'ers & Vents 5 

Section 10522 Fire Extinguishers, Cabinets, and Accessories 4 

Section 10550 Postal Specialties 3 

Section 10800 Toilet Accessories 4 



DIVISION ELEVEN - EQUIPMENT 

Section 1 1 150 Parking Control Equipment 3 

Section 11450 Residential Equipment 6 



DIVISION TYELVE - FURNISHINGS 

Section 12390 Kitchen Cabinets 8 

Section 12690 Entrance Mats eaid Frames 4 



DIVISION THIRTEEN - NOT USED 

DIVISION FOURTEEN - CONVEYING SYSTEMS 

Section 14240 Hydraulic Elevators 10 

DIVISION FIFTEEN - MECHANICAL 

Section 15300 Fire Protection 19 

Section 15400 Plumbing 53 

Section 15500 HVAC 20 

DIVISION SIITEEN - ELECTRICAL 

Section 16000 Electrical 47 



No^^mber 9.. 1989 



TAINO TOWER 
LIST OF DRAWINGS 



SITE AND LANDSCAPE PLANS 

X-1 Topographic Plan 

L-1 Landscape Plan 
L-2 Site Details 

ARCHITECTURAL PLANS 

A-1 Basement Plan 

A-2 First Floor Plan 

A-3 Second Floor Plan 

A-4 Third Floor Plan 

A-5 Fourth Floor Plan 

A-6 Fifth Floor Plan 

A-7 Sixth Floor and Roof Plans 

A-8 Building Section A-A 

A-9 Building Section B-B 

A-10 Tremont Street Elevation (North) 

A-11 West Brookline Street Elevation (West) 

A-12 South Elevation 

A-13 East Elevation 

A-14 Wall Sections I 

A-15 Wall Sections II 

A-16 Exterior Details 

A-17 Stair and Elevator Sections and Details 

A-18 Interior Elevations and Details 

A-19 Kitchen and Bath Elevations and Details 

A-20 Window Schedule and Details 

A-21 Door and Room Finish Schedules 

A-22 Partition Types, Fireproof ing 

STRUCTURAL PLANS 

S-1 Foundation Plan 

S-2 First Floor Framing Plan & Sections 

S-3 Second Floor Framing Plan & Sections 

S-4 Third and Fourth Floor Framing Plan & Sections 

S-5 Fifth and Low Roof Framing Plan 

S-6 Sixth Floor Framing Plan, Footing Schedule 

S-7 High Roof Framing Plan 

S-8 Column Schedule, Steel Details 

S-9 General Notes, Concrete Details 

S-10 Sections 

S-11 Sections 

S-12 Sections 



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MECHANICAL DRAWINGS 

SU-1 Site Utilities 
SP-1 Sprinkler Layout 

P-1 BSMT Plumbing / Fire Protection 

P-2 First Floor Plumbing / Fire Protection 

P-3 Second Floor Plumbing / Fire Protection 

P-4 Third Floor Plumbing / Fire Protection 

P-5 Fourth Floor Plumbing / Fire Protection 

P-6 Fifth Floor Plumbing / Fire Protection 

P-7 Sixth Floor Plumbing / Fire Protection 

P-8 Legends, Schedules & Details 

P-9 Riser Diagrams 

M-1 Basement Mech. 

M-2 First Floor Mech. 

M-3 Second Floor Mech. 

M-4 Third Floor Mech. 

M-5 Fourth Floor Mech. 

M-6 Fifth Floor Mech. 

M-7 Sixth Floor Mech. 

M-8 Legends, Schedules & Details 

ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS 

SE-1 Site Plan and Details 

E-1 Symbol List and Schedules 
E-2 Basement Lighting & Power 
E-3 First Floor Lighting & Power 
E-4 Second Floor Lighting & Power 
E-5 Third Floor Lighting & Power 
E-6 Fourth Floor Lighting & Power 
E-7 Fifth Floor Lighting & Power 
E-8 Sixth Floor Lighitng & Power 
E-9 Phone / Intercom Risers 
E-10 TV Risers 
E-11 Riser Diagram - Power 
E-12 Riser Diagram - Fire Alarm 



Page - 2 



Taino Tower 
Boston, Massachusetts 



SECTIQH 010 10 - SUMMARY OF WORE 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

DraTrings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary 
Conditions and other Division- 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. 

PROTECT DESCRIPTION 

The Project consists of construction of 27 nev housing units and 3 commercial units 
vitliin the existing remaining shell of the structure located, at 640 Tremont Street, 
Boston, Massachusetts", for Inquilinos Boricuas en Accion, to be knov as Taino Tover as 
shovn on Contract Documents prepared t>y Comunitas, 75 Kneeland Street, Boston, 
Massachusetts, dated ,1^9 and inumerated herein. 

The ¥ork consists of the construction of 6 flcwrs of housing units, 3 grotaid floor 
commercial units and a basement parking garage on the site. Restoration of the 
existing brick iraJls, nev landscape <tevelopment, utilities, paving and other site 
improvements are required as part of the ¥ork. 

The ¥Qrk generally includes but is not limited to construction of a structural 
steel frame supporting precast concrete plank floors, steel stud supported 
exterior curtain vails vith brick veneer or acr'j'lic stucco finish, plynmd rcrof 
deck on prefabricated vood trusses, asphalt shingle roofing, roof accessories, 
flashing & sheet metal, steel stud and gypsum board interior partitions, hollov 
metal, vood, and composition doors and frames, aluminum vindo'vs, hardware, 
glazing, interior finishes and furnishings including resi<tential 8$>pliances, 
elevator, plumbing, fire protection, heating-ventilating-air conditioning, 
electrical systems, and lighting systems. 

CONTRACTOR USE OF PREMISES 

General : During the construction period the Contractor shall have full use of the 
premises for construction operations, including use of the site. The ContreK^tors use of 
the premises is limited only by the Ovner's right to perform construction operations 
vith its ovn forces or to employ separate contractors on portions of the project. 

Confine operations to areas vithin Contract limits indicated. Portions of the site 
beyond areas in vhich construction operations are indicated are not to be 
disturbed. 

Keep drivevays and entrances serving the premises clear and availat>le to the 
Ovner and the Architect and their consultants at all times Do not use these 



SUHH ART OF YOKE 01010-1 



Taino Tower 

Boston, Massachusetts 



areas for parking or storage of materials. Schedule deliveries to minimize space 
and time requirements for storage of materials and equipment on site. 

Maintenance of the Existing Structure : Maintain the existing structure throughout the 
construction period. Repair damage caused by construction operations. Take all 
precautions necessary to protect the existing structure during the construction period. 

CONTRACTOR'S SUPER mTEHDEHT 

The Contractor shall employ a competent superinten<tent and necessary assistants vho 
shall t»e in atten<tence at the Project site during the progress of the Vork. The 
superintendent shall represent the Contractor and all communications given to the 
superintendent shall be as binding as if given to the Contractor. Important 
communications shall be confirmed in writing Other communications shall be so 
confirmed on written request in each case. 

The Contractor's superintendent shell keep a daily log of the progress of the '^'ork and 
make this accessible to the Project Representative at all times. A copy shall be 
submitted to the Project Representative for his records. 

The Contractor's superintendent shall not be assigned to, or become involved in, any 
project other than that of this Contract and separate contracts related to this Project 
that may be let by the Ovner. He shall remain in attendance at the site, end, except for 
illness or other reason excusable to the Ovner, shall be present at all other times vhen 
¥ork of any kind is being done, including iwk done during overtime. If absent for 
illness or other reason excusable to the Ovner. a replacement shall be named for the 
period of absence, such replacement having full authority and responsibility fo the 
full-time superintendent. 

MODEL UNIT 

A unit of the project designated by the Architect shall be constructed by the Contractor 
on an accelerated schedule for use as a model unit for sales purposes and as a standard 
of qi«lity for the rest of the project to the satisfaction of the Architect. The unit shell 
be complete in all respects including all fixtures and finishes. The construction of 
sample "vork or mock ups described in individual sections of these specifications shall 
be constructed or installed in this unit. The fflo<tel unit shall be made available to the 
Ovner as soon as practical and provisions made for public access thereto. 

EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS 

The Contractor shall furnish to both the 0>ner and the Architect the names, addresses 
and telephone numbers of this job si4>erintendent, the job superinten<tents of all 
subcontractors and at least xvo (2) other of his and his subcontreKnors' authorized 
representatives indicating vhere they can be contacted at times other than normal 
•working hoxjrs in case of emergency. A copy of this list shall be permanently and 
conspicvttjusly posted in a manner so as to be easily visible from outsi<te the field office 
-without additional lighting. 



OlGlO-2 SUHHART OF TORE 



Taino Tower 
Boston, Massachnsetts 



INTENT OF DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS 

The Dra'gings are to be understrod as in a sense diagrammatic and are not intended to 
be rigid in detail vhere such <tet8il may be in conflict vith the recommendations of the 
manufacturers of equipment to be installed or the requirements of the Vork. The York 
of this Contract includes making such modifications to the reqmrements of the 
Drawings and Specifications as may be necessary, subject to the approval of the 
Architect, to correct such conflicts. 

Equipment and materials st>ecified herein shall be furnished complete vith all features 
normally provided vith such items and any features or accessories required by the 
special conditions of the Vork hereunder performed, ^^ether or not specified or 
^&vn in complete detail. SiKh equipment or materials shall be subject to the a$>proval 
of the Architect, and shall in all cases bear guarantees and certifications as specified 
herein or required by lav regardless of the manufacturer s standard practice. 

General notes appearing on the Dravings are hereby made a part of these 
Specifications. Conflicts betveen thee notes and the Specifications shall be resolved in 
accordance vith the General Conditions, as amended. 

Dravings shall not be scaled. Field verification is directed, since actual conditions may 
vary from recorded data. 

Should the dravings not agree in themselves or not agree vith the specifications, the 
greater quantity or superior quality of vork or materials shall be estimated upon and 
included in the bid price. 

All items, not specifically mentioned in the specifications or noted in the dravings but 
implied by trade practices to form part of the complete installation, shall be inducted. 

OAMINATIGHS OF THE SITE 

It is understood that the Contractor has examined the site and ma<te his ovn estimates of 
the facilities and difficulties attending the execution of the Vork, and has based his 
price thereon. 

Except for unforeseeable concealed or subsurface conditions as determined by the 
Architect, the Contractor shall make no claim for additional cost due to existing 
conditions at the site, vhich, in the opinion of the Architect, vith reasonable diligence 
could have been ascertained by the Contractor in his examination of the site. 

CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS SCHEDULE 

To assure 8<tequate planning and execution of the Vork, and to assist the Architect in 
appraising the reasonableness of the Contractor's a5>plications for periodic payment 
and in evaluating the prepress of the vork, the Contractor shall prepare and maintain 
a detailed Progress Schedule as <tescrit>ed herein. 



SUHHART OF YOKE 01010-3 



Taino Tower 

Boston, Massachusetts 



Within ten (10) days after the date of the Contract, submit the proposed Progress 
Schedule and secure approval of the Architect and Ovner . 

Upon 8$»proval of the Progress Schedule the Architect and the Ovner shall be entitled 
to rely on the information therein presented, end to interpret and use such 
information in the administration of the Contract. 

The Progress Schedule shall be prepared by the Contractor so as to graphically shov 
the order end inter<tependence of all activities necessary to complete the -vork, and the 
sequence in vhich each activity is to be ewDcomplished. as planned by the Contractor. 
The <tetsil of information shall be such that duration times of »:tivities can be easily 
<tetennined. The graphic chart shall shov clearly the following <teta for each activity. 

Activity description. 

Estimated activity dtjration. 

Start dates. 

Finish dates 

Otlier activities vhich must be completed before the a»:tivity may start. 

Other activities vhich cannot start before the activity is complete. 

Activities shovn on the graphic Progress Schedule chart shall include but are not 
necessarily limited to: 

Project mobilization. 

Submittals and approvals of Shop Dravings end Samples. 

Procurement of equipment and materials 

fabrication of special materiel and equipment, and their installation and 

testing. 

All major systems end subsystems architectural, structural, mechanical, 

electrical, and site, identified by specification reference and by gec^raphical 

location in the building (i.e. unit number and floor). 

All activities by the Architect that affect progress, required dates for 

completion, or both, for ell and each part of the Vork. 

Fined Cleanup. 

Final inspection and testing. 

In the event that the progress of the Vork <k«s not conform to the Progress Schedule, 
the Contractor, vith the permission of the Architect and Ovner, may revise the 
Progress Schedule. 

SECURITY 

Teke ell measures, including utilization of a full time security guard, necessary to 
protect the vork in progress, materials, and equipment from theft, van<telim or other 
damage or loss at all times. The Contractor shall repair or replace all vork lost or 
damaged due to his failure to provide a<tequate security at no additional cost to the 
Ovner. 



OlGlO-4 STTSSKAST OF V0££ 



Taino Tower 
Boston, Massachusetts 



UTILITY COMPANY BACKCHARGES 

Utility company backchar ges for installation of permanent utilities are to be included 
in the contract sum as an allowance . 

niSTIHG CONDITIONS 

All existing conditions shovn are taken from the foUoving <tocufflents: 

A plan entitled "640 Tremont Street, Boston, Mass., Topographic Plan", dated 9- 
12-1989 by Linenthal Eisenberg An<terson Inc., 75 Knreland Str^t, Boston, Mass 
021 10 and certified by Stanley Mcintosh RLS *25227 on 8-4-88. Referenced plan 
prepared for Inquilinos Boricuas en Accion (U.A.). 

Refer to document aboye for plan reference, benchmarks, and for sources of 
information for existing utilities. 

At least 72 hours prior to start of excavations. Contractor shall notify DIG SAFE System, 
Inc. and the utility authorities responsible for underground utilities in the project site 
area. 

Contractor shall verify elevations and locations of all utilities vhich cross proposed 
utility installations and /or into vhich proposed utilities are schedtiled to tie. 
Verifications shall be completed prior to start of constriiction. Contractor agrees to be 
fully responsible for any and all damages vhich might occur d\ie to his failure to locate 
and protect any and all un<terground utilities. 

Notify the Architect immediately upon discovery of any interferences., obstructions or 
previously unknovn utilities, etc. Do not proceed vith construction in the affected 
area tin til disposition of the interference is resolved. Contact appropriate utility 
authorities for resolution of utility interferences. 

All utility installations shall be in accor<teince vith the requirements and standards of 
the authority having jurisdiction over the installed utility. All vater, sever and drain 
installations and connections to existing systems including street openings and repair 
shall meet the requirements of the City of Boston, Department of Public Vork. The 
contractor shall be responsible for obtaining formal e5>proval of the vork form the 
appropriate approving authorities. 

Refer to architectiiral, structural, site, plumbing and electrical dravings for 
coordination vith other construction items. Field location of tJtilities and drainage 
systems shall be <tetermined by the contractor and a$>provBd by the Architect prior to 
start of installation of these systems. 

General limits of vork as indicated on L-1 and L-2 do not reflect proposed utility 
installations, excavations, cvrtting and patching vhich are included in this contract. 



SUHH ART OF VORE 01010-3 



Taino Tower 

Boston. Massachusetts 



Demolition of existing building shall include shutoff and removal of existing utility 
scr-'.'ices in accordtwice -with the requirements of the authority having jurisdiction over 
the utility service. 

Gas service by Gas Co.; excavation, backfilling cutting and f matching by Contractor. 

¥ater, se'^rer and storm drains "ST^rk vithin 10 feet of building by Plumbing 
Subcontractor. 

SOIL BQRIHG DATA 

Soil boring data is provided at the end of this section for general information and 
convenience of the Contractor Data indicated is not intended as represetitation or 
'5'arranty of acciwacy or continuity between soil borings. The Architect and Ovner 
accept no responsibility in the event that actual latent subsoil conditions ai'e found to 
be other tl:ian as indicated and vill not be responsible for interpretations or 
conclusions dra?m therefrom by the Contractor. 

LIST OF DRA¥INGS 

Site and Landscape Plans 

X-1 Topographic Plan 



L-1 


Landscape Plan 


L-2 


Site Details 


3ctural Plans 


A-1 


Basement Plan 


A-2 


First Floor Plan 


A-3 


Second Floor Plan 


A-4 


Third Floor Plan 


A-5 


Fourth Floor Plan 


A-6 


FifUi Floor Plan 


A-7 


Sixth Floor Plan 


A-8 


Building Section A-A 


A-9 


Building Section B-B 


A-10 


Tremont Street Ele^^ation (North) 


A-11 


Vest Brookline Street Elevation (¥est) 


A-12 


South Elevation 


A-13 


East Elevation 


A-14 


¥all Sections I 


A-IS 


¥all Sections II 


A-16 


Exterior Details 


A-17 


Stair and Elevator Sections and Details 


A-IS 


Interior Elevations and Details 


A-19 


Kitchen and Bath Elevations and Details 



01010-6 SUMMARY OF YORK 



Taino Tower 
Boston, Massachusetts 



A-20 ¥indov Schedule and Details 

A-21 I)oor and Rcioni Finish Schedules 

A-22 Partition Types, Fireproofing. 

Structural Plans 

S-1 Foundation Plan 

S-2 First Floor Framing Plan & Sections 

S-3 Second Floor Framing Plan & Sections 

S-4 Third and Fourth Floor Framing Plan & Sections 

S-5 Fifih and Lov Roof Framing Flan 

S-6 Sixth Floor Framing Plan, Footing Schedule 

S-7 High Roof Framing Plan 

S-8 Column Schedule, Steel Details 

S-9 General Notes, Concrete Details 

S-10 Sections 

S-11 Sections 

S-1 2 Sections 

Mechanical Dra^/ings 

SU-l Site Utilities 

P- 1 BSMT Plumbing /Fire Protection 

P-2 First Floor Plumbing/Fire Protection 

P-3 Second Floor Plumbing /Fire Protection 

P-4 Third Floor Plumbing/Fire Protection 

P-!) Fourth Floor Plumbing /Fire Protection 

P-6 Fifth Floor Plumbing /Fire Protection 

P-7 Sixth Floor PI tombing /Fire Protection 

P-8 Legends, Schedules & Details 

P-9 Riser Diagrams 

M-1 Basement Mech. 

M-2 First Floor Mech. 

M-3 Second Floor Mech. 

M-4 Third Floor Mech. 

M-5 Fouinh Floor Mech. 

M-6 Fiflh Floor Mech. 

M-7 Sixth Floor Mech. 

M-8 Legends, Schedules, & Details 

Electrical Drawings 

SE- 1 Site List and Schedules 



E-1 S"iTnbol List and Schedules 

E-2 Basement Lighting & Fo^^r 

E-3 First Floor Lighting & Po'S'er 



SUMMARY OF VORE 01010-7 



Taino Tower 

Boston. Massachusetts 



E-4 Second Floor Lighting & Pover 

E-5 Third Floor Lighting & Pover 

E-6 Fourth Floor Lighting & Pover 

E-7 Fifth Floor Lighting & PoTi'er 

E-8 Sixth Floor Lighting & Po'S'er 

E-9 Phone /Intercom Risers 

E-10 TV Risers 

E-1 1 Riser Diagram - Po'Ti'er 

E- 1 2 Riser Diegraiu - Fire Alarm 

PART 2 - PRODUCTS (Not apphcable). 

PART ^ - EXECUTION (Not applicable). 

END OF SECTION 01010 



01010-8 



SUHHART OF TORE 




400 Hingham Street, P. O. Box 369, Rockland, MA 02370-0369 ► (617) 871-6040 

April 29, 1988 
Project No. 80554MA 

iBA RECEIVED 

405 Shawmut Avenue 

Boston, Massachusetts 02188 [^^y^y ^ q ingo 

A„e„do„:M.. Roger Herzog COMUNITAS, INC. 

RE: Subsurface Exploration Operations 

640 Tremont Street 

Boston, Massacliusetts 

Deiu" Mr. Herzog: 

In accordance with the approval of our Proposal MASS. 159.0, dated March 1, 19SS, we have 
undertaken and completed the subsurface exploration program at the above noted property. 

The subsurface conditions at the site were explored by drilling two test boring and excavating 
five test pits within the building limits. The test borings were drilled 22.0 feet below the 
basement grade, and the test pits excavated adjacent to the building walls to determine the present 
style of foundation support. 

The test borings were drilled by Briggs Associates, Inc. (BAI) of Rockland, Massachusetts on 
April 22, 1988, while the test pits were excavated by Crescent Hill Contracting of Duxbury, 
Massachusetts on tlie same day. All operations were supervised by BAI personnel. 

Test borings were perfonned in accordance to ASTM D1586, "Penetration Test and Split Barrel 
Sampling of Soil". Standard Penetrations tests were performed at 5 foot depth inter\'als in all 
boring locations. 

Soil samples obtained from the subsurface exploration program were classified in the field by 
visual and textural examination using the Unified Soils Classification System. Test boring and 
test pit logs are attached to tliis letter, along wiili a subsurface explorauon location plan. 

Our knowledge of the subsurface conditions at the site are based on the results of our field 
investigation. The following subsurface strata were encountered starting from the basement 
surface: 

a. Grev Brown Miscellaneous Fill was encountered at the surface of all subsurface 
explorations and varied in thickness from 2.5 to 3 feet. The miscellaneous fill layer 
consisted of a heterogeneous layer of gravel, sand, silt, clay, bricks, wood, ash and 
cinders. The miscellaneous fill layer was loose to medium dense with a Standard 
Penetrations Test (SPT) N- Values* varying between 8 and greater than 21 blows. 



SPT N-Valuc is the number of blows for a 140 lb. hammer falling freely ihrougli 30 inches required to advance 
Lhc standard 1-3/8 inch inside diameter by 2 inch outside diameter split-spoon sampler t)ie last 12 inches of an 
18 inch sampling interval. 



IB A / 640 Trcmont Sircct - Boston p^"'-,^^V l^^^ 

Project No. 80554MA ^^S^i ol 3 

5 RlueA'cllow riav Fill (CL : Fill) was encountered underlying the miscellaneous 1 
layer in all test pit locations and varied in thickness from 1.5 to 2.0 feet. The clayey J 
layer consisted of medium plastic fines. 

c Yellow Brown Clavev Silt (MH) was encountered underlying the miscellaneous fill 
all test bonne locations, underlying die clay fill layer in all test pit locations, and van 
in thickness from 0.5 to 1 1.0 feet. The clayey silt layer consisted of medium plas 
fines and was very stiff to hard with a SPT N-Values varying between 27 and 
blows. 

d. Blue Grey Siltv Clav (CD was encountered underlying the yellow brown clayey < 
layer in all test boring locations, and extended to the maximum depth explored whi 
was 22.0 feet below the existing grade. The silty clay layer consisted of highly plas 
fines, was very stiff with SPT N-Values varying between 23 and 24 blows. 

The groundwater table was encountered approximately 6.0 below basement surface in all of ( 
subsurface exploration locations. Guundwater levels may be affected by local anomak 
conditions and may be dependent on seasonal factors and thus may not represent the levels to 
encountered in the future. Generally, groundwater readings are highest in the early spring t 
lowest in the fall. 

The infonnation provided from the test pits showed that the existing building foundation 
supported on tlie very stiff to hard clayey silt layer. This layer of soil is located approximate!; 
feet below the existing grade and is a viable bearing strata for support of the proposed building 

Thank you for engaging our services to undertake this project. If you have any questions, plci 
do not hesitate to contact us at your convenience. 



Very truly yours, 

BRIGGS ASSOCIATES, INC. 



Philip D. McBain^ 
Geotechnical Ensinecr 



' -ktcc. )jjlyA^-^CI^-JlM/i^ 



Jtiraes K. Stahgenberg, P.E. ^^ 
Senior Geotechnical Engineer 




PDiM:JKS:pm 
Attachments 



35 FT 



44 FT 




B-1 



TP-2 



TP-5 



EXISTING BUILDING 

-2 



V 




53 FT 



LEDGEND 

TEST BORING LOCATION AND NUMBER 



TEST PIT LOCATION AND NUMBER 




TP-1 




SUBSURFACE LOCATION EXPLORATION PLAN 

640 Tremont Street, Boston, Massachusetts 




BRIGGS ASSOCIATES, INC. .^ - > 

400 HINGHAM STREET |/\ | /"X 



ROCKLAND, MASSACHUSETTS 



DR. BY PDM 



CKD BY: RWB 



SCALE: 1 IN =20 FT 



DATE: 26 APRIL 



PROJ. NO. S0554MA 



FIG. NO. 1 





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540 Tremont Street 


BORING NO. B-1 


B R 1 G G S W«;;;s!2mK!^ J 
ASSOCIATES, INC. 


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Boston, Massachusetts 


LOCATION See Plan 


PROJECT NUMBER 80554MA 


SURFACE ELEV. Exist 


GROUNDWATER OBSERVATIONS 


CASING 


SAMPLER CORE 
SS 


DATE START 22 April 


DATE 


TIME 


DEPTH 


" 


TYPE 
SIZE I.D. 
HAMMER W 


NW 




3 inch 


1 -3/8 IN 
140 lb p,T 


DATE FINISH 22 Aoril 


?? Apr 


1R30 


fi.O 


T 300 lb 


DRILLER Harrv Reid 










30 inches 










HAMMER FALL 24 inches 


INSPECTOR PhilMcBa 


D 

E 
P 
T 
H 


Casing 
(Blows 
per ft) 


SAMPLE 


' 


Sample 
type-No, 


PEN,^ 
^.-^EC, 


SAMPLE DEPTH 
(FROM -TO) 

(feet) 


BLOWS/ 6" 


SAMPLE DESCRIPTION 


inches 




5 

1 

1 5 

20 

25 
30 




SS/1 


24" / 12" 


0,0' - 2,0' 


q-13-R-R 


MISCELLANEOUS FILL: 10-15% coarse to fine 












gravel, mostly coarse to fine sand, 5-10% nonpla 








SPTN Value 


= 21 blow; 




fines, cinders, ash, and wood, grey black, wet, 
V medium dense. ,p|m 


























SS/2 


24"/24" 


.s n' - 7 n' 


8-16-21-24 


CLAYEY SILT: Medium plastic fines, yellow brow 












moist, hard. 

(MH) 








SPTN Value 


= 37 blows 




























SS/3 


24" / 24" 


inn - 120 


8-12-15-15 


CLAYEY SILT: Same as sample number 2, exce 












very stiff 

(MH) 








SPTN Vail IP 


= 27 hlnw^ 




























,SR / 4 


24" / 24" 


15.0' - 17,0' 


12-11-12-17 


SILTY CLAY: Highly plastic fines, blue grey, moist 












very stiff. 








SPTN Value 


= 23 blows 


(CL) 




























SS/5 


24" / 24" 


20 0' - 22. 0' 


7-1 1-13-15 


SILTY ClJ^Y: Same as sample number 4 












(CL) 








SPTN Value 


= 24 blows 


BOTTOM OF BORING AT 22.0 FEET 






















































































Granular Soils 


Cohesive Soils 


SAMPLE TYPES 


RE 

SP 


MARKS: 


N-value Density 


N-value Density 


<4 very loose 
5- 10 loose 
1 1 - 30 medium 
31 -50 dense 

> 50 very dense 


<2 very soft 
2-4 soft 
4 - 8 medium stiff 
8-15 stiff 
15-30 very stiff 


SS - split spoon 
ST - Shelby tube 
AF - auger flight 
RC - 'cck core 


T N Value = Standard Penetrations Test N - Value 



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CIATES, INC. 



OF 



PROJECT KiftMF IRA South End SHEET 1 

PROJECT LOrrTI-r ^^n T..r.nr.. street BORINGNO._B^ 

PROJECT LuoAuu LOCATION _See_Plan_ 

Boston, MassachuseUs I 



PROJECT NUMBER 80554MA 



iWATER OBSERVATIOr-JS 



TIME 



1fi30 



DEPTH 



_£JL 



TYPE 
SIZE I.D. 
HAMMER WT. 



CASING SAMPLER CORE 
NW SS i 



3 inch 



1 - 3/8 IN 



300 lb 



140 lb 



BIT 



HAMMER FALL 24 inches 30 inches 



SURFACE ELEV. Existing 



DATE START 22 April 1' 



DATE FINISH 22 April 1988 



DRILLER Harp/ Reid 



INSPECTOR R. Borieson 



SAMPLE 



ng 
/vs 


1 

Sample 
type-No 


^-'^EC. 


SAMPLE DEPTH 
(FROM -TO) 


BLOWS / 6- 


SAMPLE DESCRIPTION 


t) 


inches 


(feet) 










SS/1 


24" / 24" 


0.0' - 2.0' 


fi-5-3-B 


MISCELLANEOUS FILL: 10-15% coarse to fine 
gravel, nxistly coarse to fine sand, 5-10% nonplastic 
fines, cinders, ash, brick, and wood, grey black, wet, 

\ '°°2^- (Fill) 




















SPT N Value 


= 8 blows 






















CLAYEY SILT: Medium plastic fines, yellow brown, 


1 

1 

1 




SS/2 


24" / 24" 


fvO' - 7 0' 


10-14-20-22 












nrtoist, hard. 








SPT N Value 


= 34 blows 


j (MH) 












CLAYEY SILT: Same as sample number 2 
i (MH) 














88/ 3 


?4" / 24" 


m.n - 12. n 


9-13-19-19 


















8PT N Value 


= 32 blows 






















SILTY CLAY: Highly plastic fines, blue grey, moist, 
very stiff. 

(CL) 

SILTY CLjAY: Same as sample number 4 
(SP) 




88 / 4 


24" / 24" 


15.0'- 17.0' 


.^-7-9-10 


















SPT N Value 


= 1 6 blows 
























88/ 5 


24" / 24" 


20.0' - 22.0' 


6-7-8-9 


















SPT N Value 


= 15 blows 


BOTTOM OF BORING AT 22.0 FEET 






























































^^^ 










ar Soils 


Cohesive Soils 


3AMPLE TYPES 


REMARKS: 1 


Density 


N-value Density 


/ery loose 

loose 

medium 

dense 

ery dense 


<2 very soft 
2-4 soft 
4 - 8 medium stiff 
8-15 stiff 
15 -30 very stiff 


SS - split spoon 
ST - Shelby tube 
AF - auger flight 
RC - rock core 


8P 


T N Value = Standard Penetrations Test N - Value 





BRIGGS %K=.^^::=^=^;=^ 
ASSOCIATES, INC. 



PROJECT NAME IBA - SOUTH BOSTON 




TEST PIT NO. TP-1 



PROJECT NO. 80554MA 

SHEET _1 OF 1_ 

DATE 22 April 1988 



LOCATION 640 TREMONT STREET, BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS 



EXCAVATOR PRESENT HII I CONTRACTING. DUXBU RY MASSACHUSETTS 
GROUNDWATER OBSERVATION SURFACE ELEVATION EXISTING 



DATE 


TIME 


DEPTH 


22 Apr 




6.0 



INSPECTOR RALPH BORJESON 



DEPTH 
IN FEET 



1.0 



2.0 



3.0 



4.0 



5.0 



6.0 



7.0 



8.0 



9.0 



10.0 



STRATA 
CHANGE 



2.5 FT 



4.0 FT 



6.0 FT 



DESCRIPTION OF MATERIALS & REMARKS 



MISCELLANEOUS FILL: 10-15% Coarse to fine 
gravel, mostly coarse to fine sand, 5-10% nonplastic 
fines, bricks, cinders, asti, and wood, black, moist. 

(FILL) 



CLAYEY FILL: Medium plastic fines, blue and yellow, 
moist. 

(CL) 



CLAYEY SILT : Medium plastic fines, yellow brown, 



moist. 



BUILDING FOUNDATIC 



BOTTOM OF EXCAVATION AT 6.0 FEET 



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Bri( 



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Granite Bloc 



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BRIGGS Ite^^n.^^^ 
ASSOCIATES, INC. 



TEST PIT LOG 



TEST PIT NO. TP-2 



PROJECT NO. 80554MA 

SHEET _J OF 1_ 

DATE 22April1988 



PROJECT NAME IBA - SOUTH BOSTON 



LOCATION 640 TREMONT STREET, BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS 



EXCAVATOR CRESENT HILL CONTRACTING. DUXBURY. MASSACHUSETTS 
GROUNDWATER OBSERVATION 



DATE 


TIME 


DEPTH 


22 Apr 




6.0 



SURFACE ELEVATION EXISTING 



INSPECTOR RALPH BORJESON 



DEPTH 
N FEET 



1.0 



2.0 



3.0 



i.O 



STRATA 
CHANGE 



.0 



2.5 FT 



DESCRIPTION OF MATERIALS & REMARKS 



MISCELLANEOUS FILL: 10-15% Coarse to fine 
gravel, mostly coarse to fine sand, 5-10% nonplastic 
fines, bricks, cinders, ash, and wood, black, moist. 

(FILL) 



4.5 FT 



5.0 FT 



CLAYEY FILL: Medium plastic fines, blue and yellow, 
moist. 

(CL) 



CLAYEY SILT : Medium plastic fines, yellow brown, 
^°'^'- (MH) 



BOTTOM OF EXCAVATION AT 5.0 FEET 



BUILDING FOUNDATION 






3 to 6 incfies 






^ 



^ 



i 



^ Granite Blocks $ 



.0 






BRIGGS %;s.n^ 
ASSOCIATES, INC. 



TEST PIT LOG 



TEST PIT NO. TP-3 



PROJECT NO. 80554MA 

SHEET _\ OF 1_ 

DATE 22 April 1988 



PROJECT NAME IBA - SOUTH BOSTON 



LOCATION 640 TREMONT STREET, BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS 



EXCAVATOR CRESENT HILL CONTRACTING. DUXBURY. MASSACHUSETTS 

GROUNDWATER OBSERVATION 



DATE 


TIME 


DEPTH 


22 Apr 




6.0 



SURFACE ELEVATION EXISTING 



INSPECTOR RALPH BORJESON 



DEPTH 
IN FEET 



STRATA 
CHANGE 



DESCRIPTION OF MATERIALS & REMARKS 



BUILDING FOUNDATIC 



1.0 



2.0 



3.0 



4.0 



5.0 



6.0 



7.0 



2,5 FT 



4 . QFT 



6.0 FT 



MISCELLANEOUS FILL: 10-15% Coarse to fine 
gravel, mostly coarse to fine sand, 5-10% nonplastic 
fines, bricks, cinders, ash, and wood, black, moist. 

(FILL) 



CLAYEY FILL: Medium plastic fines, blue and yellow, 
moist. 

(CL) 



CLAYEY SILT : Medium plastic fines, yellow brown, 
moist. 

(MH) 



BOTTOM OF EXCAVATION AT 6.0 FEET 



I 



3 inches i>; 



i 



I 



:^ Granite Bloc 
■\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 



8.0 



9.0 



10.0 



BRIGGS i..n5>>;..=s^«;:=^^ 
ASSOCIATES, INC. 



TEST PIT LOG 



TEST PIT NO. TP-4 



PROJECT NO. 80554MA 

SHEET _! OF 1_ 

DATE 22 April 1988 



PROJECT NAME IBA - SOUTH BOSTON 



LOCATION 640 TREMONT STREET, BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS 



EXCAVATOR CRESENT HILL CONTRACTING, DUXBURY. MASSACHUSETTS 
GROUNDWATER OBSERVATION 



DATE 


TIME 


DEPTH 


22 Apr 




6.0 



SURFACE ELEVATION EXISTING 



INSPECTOR RALPH BORJESON 



DEPTH 
IN FEET 



STRATA 
CHANGE 



DESCRIPTION OF MATERIALS & REMARKS 



BUILDING FOUNDATION 



1.0 



2.0 



3.0 



4.0 



5.0. 



6.0 



7.0 



8.0 



9.0 



0,0 



MISCELLANEOUS FILL: 10-15% Coarse to fine 
gravel, mostly coarse to fine sand, 5-10% nonplastic 
fines, bricks, cinders, ash, and wood, black, moist. 

(FILL) 



3,0 FT 



5.0 FT 



6.0 FT 



CLAYEY FILL: Medium plastic fines, blue and yellow, 
moist. 

(CL) 



CLAYEY SILT : Medium plastic fines, yellow brown, 
moist. 

(MH) 



BOTTOM OF EXCAVATION AT 6.0 FEET 






3 incties 



I 



$ 



:^ Granite Blocks ^ 

1 « 



i. 



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\ BJsSsBB 



BRIGGS 
ASSOCIATES, INC. 



TEST PIT LOG 



TEST PIT NO. TP-5 



PROJECT NO. 80554MA 

SHEET _1 OF 1_ 

DATE 22 April 1988 



PROJECT NAME IBA - SOUTH BOSTON 



LOCATION 640 TREMONT STREET, BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS 

EXCAVATOR CRESENT HII I CONTRACTING. DUXBURY. MASS ACHUSETTS 
GROUNDWATER OBSERVATION ^^^^^^^ ELEVATION EXISTING 



DATE 


TIME 


DEPTH 


22 Apr 




6.0 



INSPECTOR PHILIP MCBAIN 



DEPTH 
IN FEET 



STRATA 
CHANGE 



DESCRIPTION OF MATERIALS & REMARKS 



BUILDING FOUNDATK 



r 



1.0 



2.0 



3.0 



4.0 



5.0 



6.0 



7.0 



8.0 



MISCELLANEOUS FILL: 10-15% Coarse to fine 
gravel, moslly coarse to fine sand, 5-10% nonplastic 
fines, bricks, cinders, ash, and wood, black, moist. 

(FILL) 



3.0 FT 



5.0 FT 



6.0 FT 



CLAYEY FILL: Medium plastic fines, blue and yellow, 
moist. 

(CL) 



CLAYEY SILT : Medium plastic fines, yellow brown, 
(MH) 



moist. 



BOTTOM OF EXCAVATION AT 6.0 FEET 



3 inches 






^ Granite Bloc 



^\\\\\\\\\\^\\\\\^ 



9.0 



10.0 



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Boston, Massachusetts 



SECTION 01Q20 - ALLOWANCES 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary 
Conditions and other Division- 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. 

SUMMARY 

This Section specifies administrative and procedural requirements governing handling 
and processing allowances. 

Selected materials and equipment, and in some cases, their installation are 
shown and specified in the Contract Documents by allowances. Allowances have 
been established in lieu of additional requirements and to defer selection of 
actual materials and equipment to a later <teite when additional information is 
available for evaluation. Additional requirements, if necessary, will be issied 
by Change Order 

Types of allowances required include the following: 

Unit-cost allowances. 

Procedures for submitting and handling Change Orders are included in the General 
Conditions of the Contract for Construction (AIA Document A201 1976 edition). 

SELECTION AHD PURCHASE 

At the earliest feasible date after Contract award, advise the Architect of the date when 
the final selection and purchase of each product or system described by an allowance 
must be completed in order to avoid delay in performance of the Vork. 

¥hen requested by the Architect, obtain proposals for each allowance for use in 
making final selections, include recommendations that are relevant to 
performance of the ¥ork. 

Purchase products and systems as selected by the Architect from the designated 
supplier. 

SUBMITTALS 

Submit invoices or <telivery slips to indicate actual quantities of materials delivered to 
the site for use in fulfillment of each allowance. 



ALLOY AHCES 01020-1 



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UNUSED MATERIALS 



RetTjrn unused materials to the manufacturer or siq>plier for credit to the 
Chmer, after installation has been completed and accepted. 

Where it is not economically feasible to return unused material for credit and 
■when reqiKsted by the Architect, prepare unused material for the Owner's 
storage, and deliver to the Owner's storage space as directed. Other-pise, disposal 
of excess material is the Contractor's responsibility. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS (Not Applicable) 

PART ^ - EXECUTION 

INSPECTION 

Inspect products covered by an allovance promptly upon delivery for damage or 
defects. 

PREPARATION 

Coordinate materials and their installation for each allowance vith related materials 
and installations to ensure that each allowance item is completely integrated and 
interfaced vith related construction activities. 

SCHEDULE OE ALLOWANCES 

AllQ-yance No. 1 : Include the amount of SWO.OO for utility company backcharges for 
installation of permanent utility services. 

END OF SECTION 01020 



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SECTION 01027 - APPLICATIONS FOR PAYMENT 

PART 1 - GENERAL 

RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drawings and general provisions of Contract, inclriding General en<3 Supplementary 
Conditions and other Division- 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Sectioii. 

SUMMARY 

This Section specifies administrative and procedural requirements governing the 
Contractor's Applications for Payment. 

Coordinate the Schedule of Values and Applications for Payment ^sith the 
Contractor's Construction Schedule, List of Sutx;ontracts, and Submittal 
Schedule. 

SCHEDULE OF VALUES 

Coordinate preparation of the Schedule of Values vith preparation of the Contractor's 
Construction Schedule. 

Correlate line items in the Schedule of Values vith other required 
administrative schedules and forms, including: 

Contractor's construction schedule. 

Application for Payment form. 

List of subcontractors. 

Schedule of allovances. 

List of products. 

List of principal suppliers and fabricators. 

Schedule of submittals. 

Submit the Schedule of Values to the Architect at the earliest feasible <tete, but in no 
case later than 14 days after execution of the Contract for Construction. 

Format and Content: Use the Project Manvial Table of Contents as a gtiide to establish the 
format for the Schedule of Values. 

Identification: Include the foUoving Project identification on the Schedule of 
Valvies: 

Project name and location. 
Name of the Architect . 
Project number. 

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Contractor's name an<J eMress. 
Date of submittal. 

Arrange the Schedule of Values in a tabular form vith separate columns to indicate the 
foUoving for each item listed: 

Generic name. 

Related Specification Section. 

Name of subcontractor. 

Name of manufacturer or fabricator. 

Name of supplier. 

Change Orders (numbers) that have affected value. 

Dollar value. 

Percentage of Contract Sum to the nearest one-hundredth percent, 

adjusted to total IW) percent. 

Pro^'ide a breakdown of the Contract Sum in sufficient <tetail to facilitate 
continued evaluation of Applications for Pa'j'ment and progress reports. Break 
principal subcontract amounts ^vn into several line items. 

Round amounts off to the nearest vhole dollar; the total shall equal the Contract 
Sum. 

For each part of the ¥ork vhere en Application for Payment may include 
materials or equipment, purchased or fabricated and stored, but not yet 
installed, provide separate line items on the Schedule of Values for initial cost of 
the materials, for each subsequent stage of completion, and for total installed 
value of that part of tlue ¥ork. 

Margins of Cost : Shov line items for indirect costs, and margins on actual costs, 
only to the extent that such items vill be listed individually in Applications for 
Payment. Each item in the Schedule of Values and Applications for Payment 
shall be complete including its total cost and proportionate share of general 
overhead and profit margin. 

At the Contractor's option, temporary facilities and other major cost 
items that are not direct cost of actual -work-in-place may be shovn as 
separate line items in the Schedule of ValiJes or distributed as general 
overhead expense. 

Schedule Utxteiting : Each Change Order or Construction Change Directive shall 
become a nev line item in the Schedule of Values and on Applications for 
Payment. 

APPLICATIONS FOR PAYMENT 

Each Application for Payment shall t>e consistent -vith previous applications end 
payments as certified by the Architect and paid for by the Ovner. 



01027-2 APPLICATIONS FOR PATMEIT 



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The initial Application for Payment, the Application for Payment at time of 
Substantial Completion, an<j the final Application for Payment involye 
additional requirements. 

Payment At>t>lication Times : Each prt^ress payment <teLte is as indicated in the 
Agreement. The period of construction ¥ork covered by each Application or Payment 
is the period indicated in the Agreement. 

Payment Application Forms: Use AIA Document G 702 and Continuation Sheets G 703 as 
the form for Application for Payment. 

Application Pret>aration: Complete every entry on the form, incliiding notarization 
and execution by person authorized to sign legal Ajcuments on behalf of the 
Contractor. Incomplete applications vill be returned vithout action. 

Entries shall match data on the Schedule of Values and Contractor's Construction 
Schedule. Use updated schedules if revisions have been made. 

Include amounts of Change Orders and Construction Change Directives issued 
prior to the last day of the construction period covered by the application 

Transmittal : Submit 3 executed copies of each Application for Payment to the Architect 
by means ensuring receipt vithin 24 hotjrs. One copy shall be complete vith all 
'Waivers of lien required. 

Transmit each copy vith a transmittal form listing attachments, and recording 
appropriate information related to the application in a manner acceptable to 
the Architect. 

Waivers of Mechanics Lien : ¥ith each Application for Payment submit vaivers of 
mechanics liens from subcontractors or sub-subcontractors and suppliers for the 
constrxjction period covered by the previous a5>plication. 

Submit partial ^B^vers for each item on the previous month's application for 
the amount paid under that application, prior to <teduction for retainage. 

Vhen the previous month's application shoTre completion of an item, siibmit 
final or full iraivers. 

The Oimer reserves the right to designate -s^ich entities involved in the York 
must submit vaivers. 

Vaiver Delays: Submit each Application for Payment -with the Contractor's 
iraiver of mechanics lien for the period of construction covered by the previous 
application. 



APPLICATIONS FOR PAYMENT 01027-3 



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Submit final Application for Payment vith or prece<te<3 by final vaivers 
from every entity involved vith performance of ¥ork covered by the 
8i>plication vho could la'vfully be entitled to alien. 

Vaiver Forms : Submit vaivers of lien on forms, and executed in a manner, 
acceptable to Oimer. 

Initial Application for Payment : Administrative actions and submittals that must 
precede or coinci<te vith submittal of the first Application for Payment include the 
following: 

List of subcontractors. 

SchedtJleof Valxies. 

Contractor's Construction Schedule (preliminary if not final). 

Schedule of principal products 

Submittal Schedule (preliminary if not final). 

Copies of authorizations and licenses from governing authorities for 

performance of the ¥ork. 

Report of pre-construction meeting. 

Certificates of insurance and insurance policies. 

Performance and payment bonds (if required) 

Data needed to acquire Ovner's insurance. 

Application for Payment at Substantial Completion : Folloving issuanc-e of the 
Certificate of Substantial Completion, submit an Application for Payment; this 
e$>plication shall reflect any Certificates of Partial Substantial Completion issued 
previously for Ovner occupancy of <tesignated portions of the Vork. 

Administrative actions and submittals that shall proceed or coincide vith this 
application include; 

Occupancy permits and similar approvals 

Warranties (guarantees) and maintenance agreements. 

Test /adjust /balance records. 

Maintenance instructions. 

Meter readings. 

Start-up performance reports. 

Change-over information related to Ovners occiq>ancy, use, operation end 

maintenance. 

final cleaning. 

Application for reduction of retainsge, and consent of surety. 

Advice on shifting insurance coverages. 

List of incomplete Vork, recognized as exceptions to Architect's Certificate of 

Substantial Completion. 

Change of door locks to Ovner 's access. 



01027-4 APPLICATIOHS FOR PATHEMT 



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Final Payment Application : Administrative actions and submittals vhich must precede 
or coincide viXh submittal of the final payment Application for Payment inclute the 
following. 

Completion of Project closeout requirements. 

Completion of items specified for completion after Substantial Completion. 

Assurance that unsettled claims T/ill be settled. 

Assurance that Vork not complete and accepted vill be completed vithoxit undue 

delay. 

Transmittal of required Project construction records to Chmer. 

Prcof that taxes, fees and similar obligations have been paid. 

Removal of temporary facilities and services. 

Removal of surplus materials, rubbish and similar elements. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS (Not Applicable). 
PART ^ - EXECUTIQH (Not Applicable). 
END OF SECTION 01027 



APPLICATIONS FOR PATHENT 



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SECTIQH Q104Q - PROJECT COORDINATION 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary 
Conditions and other Division- 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. 

SUMMARY 

This Section specifies administrative and supervisory requirements neces sa ry for 
Project coordination including, but not necessarily limited to: 

Coordination. 

Administrative and supervisory personnel. 
General installation provisions. 
Cleaning end protection. 

Field engineering is included in Section "Field Engineering". 

Progress meetings, coordination meetings and pre-instellation conferences ere 
included in Section "Project Meetings". 

COORD IHATION 

Coordination : Coordinate construction activities inclu<ted under various Sections of 
these Specifications to assure efficient and orderly installation of each part of the 
Vork. Coordinate construction operations included under different Sections of the 
Specifications that are depen<tent upon each other for proper installation, connection, 
and operation. 

¥here installation of one part of the ¥ork is dependent on installation of other 
components, either before or after its oni installation, schedule construction 
activities in the sequence required to obtain the best results. 

Vhere availability of space is limited, ccwjrdinate installation of different 
components to assure maximum accessibility for required maintenance, service 
and repair. 

Make adequate provisions to accommodate items scheduled for later installation. 

Vhere necessary, prepare memoranda for distribution to each party involved outlining 
special procedures required for coordination. Include such items as required notices, 
reports, and attendance at meetings . 



PROJECT COORDINATION 01040-1 



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Prepare similar memordn<te for the Ovner and separate Contractors vhere 
coordination of their Vork is required. 

Administrative Procedures : C(x>rdinate scheduling and timing of required 
administrative procediires vith other construction activities to avoid conflicts and 
ensure or<terly progress of the ¥oric. Such administrative activities inclu<te, but are 
not limited to, the foUoving: 

Preparation of schedules. 

Installation and removal of temporary facilities. 

Itelivery and processing of submittals. 

Progress meetings. 

Project Close-out activities. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS (Not Applicable). 

PART ^ - EXECUTION 

GENERAL INSTALLATION PROVISIONS 

Inspection of Conditions : Require the Installer of each ma^or component to inspect 
both the substrate and conditions un<ter vhich ¥ork is to be performed. Ito not proceed 
until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected in an acceptable manner. 

Manufacttg-er's Instructions : Comply -^th manufacturer's installation instructions and 
recommendations, to the extent that those instructions and recommendations are more 
explicit or stringent than requirements contained in Contract Documents. 

Inspect materials or equipment immediately upon <telivery and again prior to 
installation. Reject damaged and defective items. 

Provide attachment and connection devices and methods necessary for securing Vork. 
Secure Vork true to hne and level. Allov for expansion and building movement. 

Visual Effects: Provide imiform joint vidths in exposed ¥ork. Arrange joints in 
exposed ¥ork to obtain the best vistral effect. Refer questionable choices to the 
Architect for final <tecision. 

Recheck measurements and dimensions, before starting each installation. 

Install each component during veather conditions and Project statvis that vill ensure 
the best possible results. Isolate each part of the completed construction from 
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Coordinate temt>of8f v enclosures vith required inspections and tests, to minimize the 
necessity of uncovering completed construction for that purpose. 

Motjnting Heights : ¥here mounting heights are not indicated, install individual 
components at standard mounting heights recognized vithin the industry for the 
particular e5>plication indicated. Refer questionable mounting height <tecisions to the 
Architect for final <tecision. 

CLEANING AHD PROTECTION 

Ikiring handling and installation, clean and protect constr\*ction in progress and 
adjoining materials in place. Apply protective covering vhere required to ensure 
protection from damage or deterioration at Substantial Completion. 

Clean and maintain completed construction as frequently as necessary throi^h the 
remain<ter of the construction period. Adjust and lubricate operable components to 
ensure operability without damaging effects. 

Limiting Exposures : Supervise construction activities to ensure that no part of the 
construction, completed or in progress, is subject to harmful, dangerous, damaging, or 
other'&ise <teleteriuus exposure during the constfu-ction periovj. Vhere ^'plicable, such 
exposures include, but are not limited to. the foUoiiing: 

Excessive static or dynamic loading. 

Excessive internol or extemol pressvires. 

Excessively high or lo v temperatures . 

VeXer or ice. 

Solvents. 

Puncture. 

Abrasion. 

Soiling, staining and corrosion. 

Combustion. 

Electrical current. 

Excessive 'feathering. 

Unprotected storage. 

Improper shipping or handling. 

Then. 

Vandalism. 



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SECTION 0104S - CUTTING AND PATCHING 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drawings and general provisions of Contract, inclu<Hng General and Supplementary 
Conditions and other Division- 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. 

SUMMARY 

This Section specifies administrative and procedtiral requirements for cutting and 
patching. 

Refer to other Sections for specific requirements and limitations applicable to cutting 
and patching individual parts of the Vork . 

Requirements of this Section apply to mechanical and electrical installations. 
Refer to Division- Ij and Division-16 Sections for otlier requirements and 
limitations applicable to cutting, and p8.tching mechanical and electrical 
installations. 

I^molition of selected potions of the building for alterations is included in Section 
"Selective Demolition." 

SUBMITTALS 

Cutting and Patching Proposal : ¥here approval of procedures for cutting and patching 
is required before proceeding, submit a proposal describing procedvires veil in 
advance of the time cutting and patching -sill be performed and reqiest 8$>proval to 
proceed. Inclu<te the following information, as a$>plicable, in the proposal: 

Describe the extent of cutting and patching required and hov it is to be 
performed; indicate -s^y it cannot be avDi<ted. 

Describe anticipated results in terms of changes to existing constnxtion; 
inclvKte changes to structural elements and operating components as ■veil as 
changes in the building's e5>pe-arance and other significant vistjal elements. 

List products to be used and firms or entities that -rill perform Vork. 

Indicate dates vhen cutting and patching is to be performed. 

List utilities that vill be disturbed or affected, including those that "iill be 
relocated and those that vill be temporarily out-of-service. Indicate hov long 
service "»ill be disrupted. 

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Vhere cutting and patching involves a<}dition of reinforcement to stnjctural 
elements, submit details and engineering calculations to shov hov 
reinforcement is integrated vith the original strvjcttire. 

Approval by the Architect to proceed vith cutting and patching does not 'waive 
the Architect s right to later require complete removal and replac-ement of a 
part of the Vork found to be unsatisfactory. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Requirements for Structural York : Do not cut and patch stnx;tural elements in a 
manner that "yould redijice their load-carrying capacity or load-deflection ratio. 

Obtain approval of the cutting and patching proposal before cutting and 
patching the following structural elements except as noted on the dravings or 
specified in of section of these specifications: 

Structural steel 

Lintels. 

Structural decking. 

Stair systems. 

Miscellaneous structural metals. 

Equipment si^>ports. 

Piping, duct vork. vessels and equipment. 

Qt>eratiQn8l and Safety Limitations : Do not cut and patch operating elements or safety 
related components in a manner that vould result in reducing their capacity to 
perform as intended, or result in increased maintenance, or decreased operational life 
or safety. 

Obtain approval of the cutting and patching proposal before cutting and 
patching the foUoving operating elements or safety related systems: 

Shoring, bracing, and sheeting. 

Primary operational systems and equipment. 

Vater, moisture, or vapor barriers. 

Membranes ai:id flashings. 

Fire protection systems. 

Electrical "viring systems. 

Visual Requirements: Ito not cut and patch construction exposed on the exterior or in 
occupied spaces, in a manner that "vould, in the Architect's opinion, reduce the 
building's aesthetic qualities, or result in visual evi<tence of cutting and patching. 
Remove and replace Vork cut and patched in a visually unsatisfactory manner. 

If possible retain the original installer or fabricator to cut and patch the 
following categories of exposed ¥ork, or if it is not possible to engage the 



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original installer or fabricator, engage another recognized experienced and 
specialised firm: 

Acotjstical ceilings. 

Finished vcwd fleering. 

Fluid-applied flooring. 

Carpeting. 

Vail covering. 

HVAC enclosijres, cabinets or covers. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

MATERIALS 

Use materials that are identical to existing materials If identical materials are not 
available or cannot be used vhere exposed surfaces are involved, use materials that 
match existing adjacent surfaces to the fullest extent possible vith regard to visual 
effect. Use materials Ts^hose installed performance "vill equal or surpass that of existing 
materials. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 
INSPECT lOH 

Before cutting existing surfaces, examine surfaces to be cut and patched and conditions 
tinder vhich cutting and patching is to be performed. Take corrective action before 
proceeding, if unsafe or unsatisfactory conditions are encountered. 

Before proceeding, meet at the site vith parties involved in cutting and 
patching, including mechanical and electrical tra<tes. Reviev areas of potential 
interference and conflict. Coordinate procedures and resolve potential conflicts 
before proceeding. 

PREPARATION 

Temt>orarv Support: Provide temi>orary support of ¥orlc to be cut. 

Protection : Protect existing construction during cutting and patching to prevent 
damage. Provi<te protection from adverse "fineather conditions for portions of the 
Project that might be exposed during cutting and patching operations. 

Avoid interference vith use of adjoining areas or interruption of free passage to 
adjoining areas. 



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Take all precautions necessary to avoid cutting existing pipe, conduit or ducfvork 
serving the building, but scheduled to be removed or relocated until provisions have 
been made to bypass them. 

PERFORMANCE 

General : Employ skilled -workmen to perform cutting and patching. Proceed vith 
cutting and patching at the earliest feesible time and complete vithout delay. 

Cut existing construction to provide for installation of other components or 
performance of other construction activities and the subsequent fitting and 
patching required to restore surfaces to their original condition. 

Cutting : Cm existing construction using methods least likely to <temage elements to be 
retained or adjoining construction. Vhere possible review proposed procedxires vith 
the original installer; comply vith the original installer's recommen<teitions. 

In general, vhere cutting is required use hand or small pover tools <tesigned 
for saving or grinding, not hammering and chopping. Cut holes and slots 
neatly to size required vith minimum disturbance of adjacent surfaces. 
Temporarily cowr openings vhen not in use. 

To avoid marring existing finished surfaces, cut or drill from the exposed or 
finished side into concealed surfaces. 

Cut through concrete and masonry using a cutting machine such as a 
carborundum sav or diamond core drill. 

Comply vith requirements of apphcable Sections of Division-2 vhere cutting 
and patching requires excavating and backfilling. 

By- pass utility services such as pipe or conduit of systems requiring continiwus 
service, before cutting. Cut-off pipe or conduit in vails or partitions to be 
remoTCd. Cap, valve or plug and seal the remaining portion of pipe or conduit 
to prevent entrance of moisture or other foreign matter after by-passing and 
cutting. 

The Electrical Contractor shall permanently disconnect any and all viring to be 
removed or abandoned. Coordinate vith selective <temolition vork. 

Patching: Patch vith durable seems that are as invisible as possible. Comply vith 
specified tolerances. 

Vhere feasible, inspect and test patched areas to <temonstrate integrity of the 
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Restore exposed finishes of patched areas and extend finish restoration into 
retained adjoining construction in a manner that vill eliminate evidence of 
patching and refinishing. 

Vhere removal of vails or partitions extends one finished area into another, 
patch and repair floor and vail s\M'faces in the nev space to provi<te an even 
surface of miiform color and appearance. Remove existing floor and vail 
coverings and replace vith nev materials, if necessary to achieve uniform 
color and 8$>pearance. 

¥here patching occurs in a smooth painted surface, extend final paint 
coat over entire unbroken containing the patch, after the patched area 
has received primer and second coat. 

CLEAN IHG 

Thoroughly clean areas and spaces vhere cutting and patching is performed or used as 
access. Remove completely paint, mortar, oils, putty and items of similar natia-e. 
Thoroughly clean piping, conduit and similar features before painting or other 
finishing is applied. Restore damaged pipe covering to its original condition. 



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SECTION OlOQQ - DEFINITIONS AND STANDARDS 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary 
Conditions and other Division 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. 

DEFIHITIOHS 

General: Basic Contract <tefinitions are incliKted in the General Conditions. 

Indicated refers to graphic representations., notes or schedules on the Drawings, or 
other Paragraphs or Schedules in Specifications., and similar requirements in Contract 
Documents. Vhere terms such as "shoim/" "noted," "scheduled," and "specified" are 
used, it is to help locate the reference; no limitation on location is intended except as 
specifically noted . 

Directed . Terms such as "directed", "requested", "authorized", "selected", "approved", 
"required", and "permitted" mean "directed by the Architect", "reqiKsted by the 
"Architect", end $imiler phreses. Ho'vever, no implied mecming shell be interpreted to 
extend the Architect's responsibility into the Contractor's area of construction 
supervision. 

Approve : The term "aqpproved," 'vhere used in conjunction vith the Architect's action 
on the Contractor's submittals, applications, and requests, is limited to the duties and 
responsibilities of the Architect as stated in General and Sv^plementary Conditions. 
Siich approval shall not release the Contractor from responsibility to fulfill Contr^;t 
requirements unless other'sise provided in the Contract ^jcuments. 

Regulation : The term "Regidations" inclu(tes lavs, ordinances, statutes, and lavful 
orders issued by authorities having jtjrisdiction, as veil as rules, conventions, and 
agreements vithin the construction industry that control performance of the Vork, 
vhether lawfully imposed by authorities having j\Misdiction or not. 

Furnish : The term "furnish" is used to mean "supply and deliver to the Project site, 
ready for unlraiding, unpacking, assembly, installation, and similar operations." 

Install : The term "install" is used to describe operations at project site including the 
actual "unloading, unpacking, assembly, erection, plashing, anchoring, 85>plying, 
vorking to dimension, finishing, curing, protecting, cleaning, and similar operations." 

Provide: The term "provide" means "to furnish and install, complete and ready for the 
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Installer : An "Installer" is the Contractor or an entity engaged by the Contractor, 
either as an employee, subcontractor, or sub-subcontractor for performance of a 
particular construction activity, including installation, erection, application, and 
similar operations. Installers are required to be experienced in the operations they are 
engaged to perform. 

The term "experienced," vhen used -with the term "Installer" means having a 
minimum of 5 previous F^rojects similar in size and scope to this F>roject, being 
familiar vith the precautions required, and having complied vith requirements 
of the authority having jurisdiction. 

Project Site is the space available to the Contractor for performance of construction 
activities, either exclusively or in conjunction vith others performing other 
construction activities as pert of the Project. The extent of the Project Site is shovn on 
the Dravings and may or may not be identical vith the description of the land tipon 
■vhich the Project is to be built. 

Testing Laboratories : A "testing laboratory" is an in<tependent entity engaged to 
perform specific inspections or tests, either at the Project Site or elsevhere, and to 
report on and, if required, to interpret results of those inspections or tests. 



SPECinCATIOH FORMAT AND CONTENT EXPLAHATIOH 

Specification Format : These Specific-ations are organized into Divisions and Sections 
based on the Construction Specifications Institute's 16-Division format and 
MASTERFORMAT numbering system. 

Specification Content : This Specification uses certain conventions in the use of 
language and the intended meaning of certain terms, vords, and phrases vhen used in 
particular situations or circumstances. These conventions are explained as follows: 

Abbreviated Language: Language used in the Specifications and other Contract 
Documents is the abbreviated type. Implied "vords and meanings will be 
8f>propriately interpreted. Singular 'S'ords 'vill be interpreted as plural and 
plural vords interpreted as singular vhere applicable and vhere the full 
context of the Contract Documents so indicates. 

Imperative and streamlined langi^ge is used generally in the Specifications. 
Requirements expressed in the imperative mood are to be performed by the 
Contractor. At certain locations in the text, for clarity, subjective langxjjage is 
used to describe responsibilities that must be fulfilled Indirectly by the 
Contractor, or by others vhen so noted. 

The vords "shall be" shall be inclu<ted by inference "vherever a colon (:) 
is used vithin a sentence or phrase. 



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Assignment of St>ecidlists: The Specification requires that certain specific construction 
activities shall be performed by specialists vho are recc^nized experts in the 
operations to be performed. The specialists must be engaged for those activities, and 
assignments are requirements over "s^ich the Contractor has no choice or option. 
Nevertheless, the ultimate responsibility for fulfilling Contract reqiiirements remains 
fith the Contractor. 

This requirement shall not be interpreted to conflict -frith enforcement of 
building co<tes and similar regulations governing the Vork. It is also not 
intended to interfere -vith local trade union jurisdictional settlements and 
similar conventions. 

Trades : Use of titles such as "carpentry" is not intended to imply that certain 
construction activities must be performed by accredited or unionized 
individuals of a corresponding generic name, such as "carpenter." It also does 
not imply that requirements specified apply exclusively to tradespersons of the 
corresponding generic name. 

DRA¥IHG SYMBOLS 

Graphic symbols : Vhere not otherwise noted, symbols are defined by "Architectural 
Graphic Standards." published by John ¥iley & Sons, Inc.. eighth edition. 

Mechanical /Electrical Prayings : Graphic symbols used on mechanical and electrical 
Dra-wings are generally aligned vith rjrmbDls rccommen<ted by ASHRAE. ¥herc 
appropriate, they are siipplemented by more specific symbols recommen<ted by 
technical associations including ASME, ASPE, IEEE, and similar organizations. Refer 
instances of uncertainty to the Architect for clarification before proceeding. 

INDUSTRY STANDARDS 

Applicability of Standards : Except vhere the Contract Documents include more 
stringent requirements, applicable constriction industry standards have the same 
force and effect as if bound or copied directly into the Contract Documents. Such 
standards are made a part of the Contract Docmnents by reference. Individual Sections 
indicate vhich codes and sten<terds the Contractor must k^p available at the Project 
Site for reference. 

Publication Dates: Vhere the date of issue of a referenced standard is not specified, 
comply vith the standard in effect as of date of ContreK^t Documents. 

Updated Stan<teirds : At the req\jest of the Architect, Contractor, or authority 
having jurisdiction, submit a Change Order proposal vhere an applicable co<te 
or standard has been revised and reissued after the date of the Contract 
Documents and before performance of Vork affected. The Architect vill decide 
vhether to isste a Change Order to proceed vith the i^>dated standard. 



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Conflicting Reduirements: ¥here compliance vith tvo or more standards is specified, 
and they establish different or conflicting requirements for minim\im quantities or 
qvjsdity levels, the most stringent requirement vill be enforced, xmless the Contract 
Itocuments indicate otherwise. Refer requirements that are different, but apparently 
equal, and uncertainties as to vhich quality level is more stringent to the Architect for 
a<tecision before proceeding. 

Minimum Quantity or Quality Levels: In every instance the quantity or quality 
level shovn or specified shall be the minimum to be provi<ted or performed. 
The actual installation may comply exactly, vithin specified tolerances, vith the 
minimum quantity or quality specified, or it may exceed that minimtim vithin 
reasonable limits. In complying vith these requirements, indicated nianeric 
values are minimum or maximum values, as noted, or appropriate for the 
context of the requirements. Refer instances of uncertainty to the Architect 
for a <tecision before proceeding. 

Copies of Standards : Each entity engaged in constrtx;tion on the Project is required to 
be familiar vith industry standards applicable to that entity's construction activity. 
Copies of applicable stai:idards are not bound vith the Contract Documents. 

Vhere copies of standards are needed for performance of a required 
construction activity, the Contractor shall obtain copies directly from the 
publication source. 

Abbreviations and Names Tra<je association names and titles of general standards are 
frequently abbreviated. ¥here such acronyms or abbreviations are used in the 
Specifications or other Contract Documents, they mean the recognized name of the 
trade association, standards generating organisation, authority having jurisdiction, or 
other entity applicable to the context of the text provision. Refer to the "Encyclopedia 
of Associations," published by Gale Research Co., available in most libraries. 

SUBMITTALS 

Permits, Licenses, and Certificates: for the Ovner's records, submit copies of permits, 
licenses, certifications, inspection reports, releases, jurisdictional settlements, notices, 
receipts for fee payments, ju<^ments, and similar documents, correspon<tence, and 
records established in conjunction vith compliance vith stan<terds and regulations 
bearing upon performance of the Vork. 

PART 2 - PRODUCTS (Not ApplicaWe) 

PART ^ - EXECUTION (Not Applicable) 

ENDOF SECTION 01090 



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SECTION 01200 - PROJECT MEETINGS 

PART 1 - GENERAL 

RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drairings smd general provisions of Contract, including Oeneral Sdnd Supplementeor 
Con<litions and other Division- 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. 

SUMMARY 

This Section specifies administrative and procedural requirements for project meetings 
including but not limited to: 

Pre-Construction Conference. 
Progress & Coordination Meetings. 

PRE-CONSTRUCTIOH CONFERENCE 

Schedule a pre-construction conference and organizational meeting at the Project site 
or other convenient location no later than 15 days after execution of the Agreement 
and prior to commencement of construction etctivities. Conduct the meeting to reviev 
responsibilities and personnel assignments. 

Attendees: The Ovner, Architect, the Contractor and its superintendent, major 
subcontractors, manufacturers, suppliers and other concerned parties shall each be 
represented at the conference by persons familiar vith and authorised to conclu<te 
matters relating to the Vork. 

Agenda : Discviss items of significance that could affect progress including such topics 



Tentative construction schedule. 

Critical ¥ork sequencing. 

Designation of responsible personnel. 

Procedures for processing field decisions and Change Or<ters. 

Procediires for processing Applications for Payment. 

Distribution of Contract Dociraients. 

Submittal of Shop Dravings, Product Data and Samples. 

Preparation of record documents. 

Use of the premises . 

Office, Vork and storage areas. 

Eqiwpment deliveries and priorities. 

Safety procedures . 

First add. 

Security. 



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Housekeeping. 
Vorking hours. 

PROGRESS & COORDINATION MEETINGS 

Conduct Proiect Progress & Coordination Meetings at regularly scheduled times 
convenient for all parties involved. Coordinate preparation of the payment request 
vith dates of meetings. 

Attendees : In addition to representatives of the Ovner and Architect, each 
subcontractor, supplier or other entity concerned vith current progress or involved in 
planning, owrdination or performance of future activities shall be represented at 
these meetings by persons familiar vith the Project and authorized to conclt>de matters 
relating to progress. 

Record: meeting results and distribute copies to everyone in attendance and to others 
affected by decisions or actions resulting from each meeting. 

Agenda. : Reviev and correct or appro^ie minutes of the previous progress meeting. 
Re vie V other items of significance that could affect progress. Include topics for 
discussion as appropriate to the current status of the Project. 

Contractor's Construction Schedule : Reviev prepress since the last meeting. 
Itetermine vhere each activity is in relation to the Contractor's Construction 
Schedule, vhetlier on time or aliead or behind schedule. Determine hov 
constrijction behind schedule vill be expedited; secure commitments from 
parties involved to do so Discuss vhether schedule revisions are required to 
ensure that current and subsequent activities vill be completed vithin the 
Contract Time. 

Reviev the present and future needs of each entity present, including such 
items 8S: 

Interface requirements. 

Time. 

SeqiKnces. 

Deliveries. 

Off-site fabrication problems. 

Access. 

Site utilization. 

Temporary facilities and services. 

Hours of Vork. 

Hazards and risks. 

Housekeeping. 

Quality and ¥ork standards. 

Change Or <ters. 

Documentation of information for payment reqiests. 



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Schedule Updating : Revise the construction schedule after each prepress 
meeting vhere revisions to the schedtile have been made or recognized. Isstje 
the revised schedule concurrently vith the report of each meeting. 



ENDOF SECTION 01200 



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SECTION 1 ^00 - SUBMITTALS 

PART 1 - GENERAL 

RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dravings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary 
Conditions and other Division- 1 Specification Sections, 8$>ply to this Section. 

SUMMARY 

This Section specifies administrative and procedural requirements for submittals 
required for performance of the Vork, including: 

Submittal schedule. 
Shop Drawings. 
Product Data. 
Samples. 

Administrative Submittals: Refer to other Division- 1 Sections and other Contract 
Documents for requirements for administrative submittals. Such submittals include, 
but are not limited to: 

Permits. 

Applications for payment. 
Insurance certificates. 
List of Subcontractors. 

The Schedule of Values submittal is included in Section "Applications for Payment." 

SUBMIHAL PROCEDURES 

Coordination: Coordinate preparation and processing of submittals vith performance 
of construction activities. Transmit each submittal sufficiently in advance of 
performance of related construction activities to avoid <telay. 

Coordinate each submittal vith fabrication, purchasing, testing, delivery, other 
submittals and related activities that require sequential activity. 

Coordinate transmittal of different types of submittals for related elements of 
the Vork so processing vill not be <telayed by the need to reviev submittals 
concurrently for coordination. 

The Architect reserves the right to irithhold action on a submittal 
requiring ccwrdination vith other submittals until related submittals are 
received. 



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Processing : Allov sufficient reviev time so that installation -will not be delayed 
as a result of the time required to process submittals, including time for 
resubmittals. 

Allov ten (10) <teys for initial reviev. AUov additional time if 
processing must be delayed to permit coordination vith subseqi^nt 
submittals. The Architect lall promptly advise the Contractor xrtien a 
submittal being processed must be <telayed for coardinaLion. 

If an intermediate submittal is necessary, process the same as the initial 
submittal. 

Allov one ireek for reprocessing each submittal. 

No extension of Contract Time -sill be authorized because of failure to 
transmit submittals to the Architect sufficiently in advance of the Vork 
to permit processing. 

Submittal Preparation : Place a permanent label or title block on each submittal for 
identification. Indicate the name of Uie entity that prepared each submittal on the 
label or title block 

Provide a space approximately 4" x y on the label or beside the title block on 
Shop Draviftgs to record the Contractor's reviev and approval markings and the 
action taken. 

Include the folloving information on the label for processing and recording 
action taken. 

Project name. 

Date. 

Name and address of Architect. 

Name and address of Contractor. 

Name and address of subcontractor. 

Name and address of supplier. 

Name of manufacturer. 

Number and title of 85>propriate Specification Section. 

Draving number and detail references, as appropriate. 

Submittal Transmittal : Package each submittal 85>propriately for transmittal and 
handling. Transmit each submittal from Contractor to Architect using a transmittal 
form. Submittals received from sources other than the Contr6<;tor vill be returned 
vithout action. 

On the transmittal Record relevant information and reqvests for data. On the 
form, 01' sepai-ate sheet, record deviations from Contract Document 



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requirements, including minor variations and limitations. Include Contractor's 
certification that information complies vith Contract Document requirements. 

SUBMIHAL SCHEDULE 

Contractors shall prepare a complete schedule of submittals. Submit the sche<hjle 
vithin 10 days of the execution of the Agreement. 

Coordinate submittal schedule vith the list of subcontracts, schedule of values 
and the list of products as -veil as the Contractor's construction schedule. 

Prepare the schedule in chronological order. Provide the follo^ng 
information: 

Scheduled date for the first submittal. 

Related Section number. 

Submittal category. 

Name of subcontractor. 

Description of the part of the Vork covered. 

Scheduled date for resubmittal. 

Scheduled date the Architect's final release or approval. 

Distribution : Following response to initial submittal, print and distribute copies to the 
Architect, Ovner, subcontractors, and other parties required to comply vith submittal 
d8.tes indicated. Post copies in the Project meeting r<»m and field office. 

Vhen revisions are made, distribute to the same parties and post in the same 
locations. Delete parties from distribution vhen they have completed their 
assigned portion of the Vork and are no longer involved in construction 
activities. 

Schedule Updating : Revise the schedule after each meeting or activity, vhere 
revisions have been recognized or made. Issue the updated schedule concurrently vith 
report of each meeting. 

SHOPDRA¥IHGS 

Submit nevly prepared information, dravn to accurate scale. Highlight, encircle, or 
other-vise indicate <teviations from the Contract Documents. Do not reproduce Contract 
Documents or copy standard information as the basis of Shop Dravings. Standard 
information prepared vithout specific reference to the Project is not considered Shop 
Dravings. 

Shop Dravings incltide fabrication and installation drivings, setting diagrams, 
schedules, patterns, templates and similar drawings. Include the follo-ving 
information: 

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Identification of prodijcts and materials included. 

Comp'liance vith specified standards. 

Notation of coordination requirements. 

Notation of dimensions established by field measurement. 

Sheet Size : Except for templates, patterns and similar full-size Drawings, submit 
Shop Drawings on sheets at least 8-1 /2" x 11 " but no larger than 24" x 36". 

Submittals : Submit one correctable translucent reproducible print and one 
blue- or black-line print for the Architect's reviev; the reproducible print Trill 
be returned. 

Contractors shall provi<te a print of each approved submittal. Prints 
shall be marked- tip and maintained as a "Record I>x;ument" 

Do not use Shop Drawings -without an a$)propriate final stamp indicating action 
taken in connection vith construction. 

Coordination drawings are a special type of Shop Draving that shov the relationship 
and integration of different construction elements that require careful coordination 
d\iring fabrication or installation to fit in the space provided or function as intended. 

Prepai'ation of coordination l>r&.wings is specified in section "Project 
Coordination" and may include components previously shoim in detail on Shop 
Dra'vings or Product Data. 

Submit coordination Dra-vings foi' integration of different construction 
elements. Shov seqiences 8i:id relationships of separate components to avoid 
conflicts in use of space 

PRODUCT DATA 

Collect Product Data into a single submittal for each element of construction or system. 
Product Data inclt>3es printed information such as manufacturer's installation 
instructions, catalog cuts, standard color charts, roughing-in diagrams and templates, 
standard viring diagrams and performance curves. ¥here Product Data must be 
specially prepared because stan<terd printed <teta is not suitable for use, submit as "Shop 
Dravings." 

Mark each copy to shov applicable choices and options. Vhere printed Product 
Data includes information on several prodijcts, some of irtiich are not reqvdred, 
mark copies to indicate tlie applicable information. IncliKte the foUoving 
information: 

Manufacturer's printed recommendations. 
Compliance vith recognized trade association standards. 
Compliance vith recognized testing agency stan<terds. 
Application of testing agency labels and seals. 



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Notation of dimensions verified by field measurement. 
Notation of coordination raqvurements. 

Do not submit Product Data until compliance vith requirements of the Contract 
Documents has been confirmed. 

Submittals : Submit 2 copies of each required submittal; submit 4 copies "itiere 
required for maintenance manuals. The Architect vill retain one, and vill 
return the other marked vith action taken and corrections or modifications 
reqxjired. 

Unless noncompliance -sith Contract Document prorisions is obserred, 
the submittal may serve as the final submittal. 

Distribution : Furnish copies of final submittal to installers, subcontractors, 
suppliers, manufacturers, fabricators, and others required for performance of 
construction activities. Shov distribution on transmittal forms. 

Do not proceed vith installation until an applicable copy of Product Data 
8$>plicable is in the installer's possession. 

to not permit use of unmarked copies of Product Data in connection vith 
construction. 

SAMPLES 

Submit full-size, fully fabricated Samples cured and finished as specified and 
physically identical T»ith the material or prodiict proposed. Samples Include partial 
sections of manufactured or fabricated components, cuts or containers of materials, 
color range sets, and s"vatches shoving color, texture and pattern. 

Mount, display, or package Samples in the manner specified to facilitate reviev 
of qualities indicated. Prepare Samples to match the Architect's Sample. 
Include the following: 

Generic description of the Sample. 
Sample source. 

Product name or name of manufacturer. 
Compliance vith recognized standards. 
Availability and dehvery time. 

Submit Samples for reviev of kind, color, pattern, and texture, for a final check 
of these characteristics vith other elements, and for a comparison of these 
characteristics betveen the final submittal and the actual component as 
delivered and installed. 



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Vhere variation in color, pattern, texture or other characteristics are 
inherent in the material or product represented, submit mvdtiple vjnits 
(not less than 3), that shov approximate limits of the variations. 

Preliminary submittals: ¥here Samples are for selection of color, pattern, 
texture or similar characteristics from a range of standard choices, submit a full 
set of choices for the material or product. 

Preliminary submittals ■vill be revieved and returned vith the 
Architect's mark indicating selection and other action. 

Submittals : Submit 3 sets; one "will be returned marked "sith the action taken. 

Maintain sets of Samples, as returned, at the Project site, for quality 
comparisons throughout the course of construction. 

Unless noncompliance with Contract Document provisions is observed, 
the submittal may serve as the final submittal. 

Sample sets may be used to obtain final acceptance of the construction 
associated ^"ith each set. 

CONTRACTOR'S ACTION 

The Contractor end any and oil &pplicable subcontractors and/or matarieJ suppliers 
shall reviev and approve all submittals before submission to the Architect. All 
submissions to the Architect shell include indication of re^'iev and approval by the 
Contractor and any and all applicable subcontractors and/or material suppliers. 
Submittals vill not be revieved by the Architect \;»ntil reviewed by the Contractor and 
any and all applicable subcontractors and/or material suppliers. 

ARCHITECT'S ACTION 

Except for submittals for record, information or similar purposes, vhere action and 
return is required or requested, the Architect vill reviev each submittal, mark to 
indicate action taken, and return promptly. 

Compliance -with specified characteristics is the Contractor's responsibility. 

Action Stamp: The Architect vill stamp each submittal vith a uniform, self- 
explanatory action stamp. The stamp vill be appropriately marked, as follovs, to 
indicate the action taken: 

Final Unrestricted Release: Vhere submittals ere marked "Approved," that part 
of the ¥ork covered by the submittal may proceed provi<ted it complies vith 
requirements of the Contr»:t Documents; final acceptance vill depend tJpon that 
compliance. 



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Final-But-Restricted Release: Vhen submittals are marked "Approved as Noted." 
that part of the ¥ork covered by the submittal may proceed provi<ted it complies 
vith notations or corrections on the submittal and requirements of the Contract 
Documents; final acceptance vill depend on that compliance. 

Returned for Resubmittal : Vhen submittal is marked "Not Approved, Revise and 
Resubmit," do not proceed vith that part of the Vork covered by the submittal, 
including purchasing, fabrication, delivery, or other activity. Revise or 
prepare a nev submittal in accordance 'Pith the notations; resubmit vithout 
delay. Repeat if necessary to obtain a different action mark. 

Do not permit submittals marked "Hot Approved, Revise and Resubmit" to 
be used at the Project site, or else'slaere vhere Vork is in progress. 

Other Action : Vhere a submittal is primarily for information or record 
purposes, special processing or other activity, the submittal viU be returned, 
marked "Action Not Required". 

PART 2 - PRODUCTS (Not Applicable). 

PART ^ - EXECUTION (Not Applicable). 

END OF SECTION 01300 



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SECTION 01400 - QUALITY CONTROL SERVICES 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drawings and general provisions of Contrsp^t, including General and Si^plementary 
Conditions and other Division- 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. 

SUMMARY 

This Section specifies administrative and procedijral requirements for cfuality control 
services. 

Quality control services include inspections and tests and related actions inclxjding 
reports, performed by independent agencies, governing authorities, and the 
Contractor They do not include Contract enforcement activities performed by the 
Architect. 

Inspection and testing services are required to verify compliance vith requirements 
specified or indicated. These services do not relieve the Contractor of responsibihty for 
compliance vith Contract Document requirements 

Requirements of this Section relate to customized fabrication and installation 
procedures, not production of standard products. 

Specific quality control requirements for individual construction activities are 
specified in the Sections that specify tliose activities. Those requirements, 
including inspections and tests, cover production of standard products as "veil as 
customised fabrication and installation procedures. 

Inspections, test and related actions specified are not intended to limit the 
Contractor's quality control procedures that facilitate compliance T?ith Contract 
Etocviment requirements. 

Requirements for the Contractor to provide quality control services required by 
the Architect, OTmer, or authorities having jurisdiction are not limited by 
provisions of this Section. 

RESPONSIBILITIES 

The Qiimer shall be responsible and pay all cost for inspections, tests and similar 
quality control services, except vhere, in individual sections of these specifications, 
Uiey are specifically indicated to be the Contractor's responsibility. Costs for tests. 
Inspections and a$>provals conducted by public authorities shall be borne by the 
Contractor. 



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The O^Tier vill engage and pay for the services of an in<tei>en<tent agency to 
perform inspections and tests specified in their 8$)plicat>le sections as the 
Owner's responsibility. 

Vhere the Ovner has engaged a testing agency or other entity for 
testing and inspection of a part of the Vork, and the Contractor is also 
required to engage an entity for the same or related element, the 
Contractor shall not employ the entity engaged by the Chmer, unless 
other'vise agreed in writing "with the Ovner. 

Retesting : The Contractor is responsible for retesting •where results of required 
inspections, tests or similar services prove unsatisfactory and 60 not indicate 
compliance vith Contract Document requirements, regardless of •s^ether the 
original test vas the Contractor's responsibility. 

Cost of retesting construction revised or replaced by the Contractor is 
the Contractor's responsibility, vhere required tests vere performed on 
original construction. 

Associated Services : The Contractor shall cooperate with agencies performing 
required inspections, tests and similar service.s and provide reasonable 
auxiliary services as reqi.«sted. Notify the agency sufficiently in advance of 
of>erations to permit assignment of personnel. Auxiliary services required 
include but are not limited to: 

Prcividing access to the ¥ork and fi.«-nishing incidental labor and 
facilities necessary to facilitate inspections and tests. 

Talcing adequate quantities of representative samples of materials that 
require testing or assisting the agency in taking samples. 

Providing facilities for storage and curing of test samples, and delivery 
of samples to testing laboratories. 

Providing the agency irtth a preliminary <tesign mix proposed for use 
for materials mixes that require control by the testing agency. 

Security and protection of samples and test eqmpment at the Project site. 

O^Tier Responsibilities : The Chsner will provide inspections, tests and similar quality 
control services specified to be performed by indepen<tent agencies and not by the 
Contractor, except vhere they ere specifically indicated as the Contractor's 
resf)onsibility or are provided by another i<tentified entity. Costs for these services are 
not inclu<ted in the Contract Sum. 



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The O-soier vill employ and pay for the services of an independent agency, 
testing laboratory or other qualified firm to perform services vhich are the 
Chsiier's responsibility. 

Coordination: The Contractor and each agency engaged to perform inspections, tests 
and similar services shall coordinate the sequence of activities to accommodate 
required services vith a minimiim of <telay. In addition to Contractor and each agency 
shall coordinate activities to avoid the necessity of removing and replacing 
construction to accommodate inspections and tests. 

The Contractor is responsible for scheduling times for inspections, tests, talcing 
samples and similar activities. 

SUEMinALS 

The in<tependent testing agency shall submit a certified vritten report of each 
inspection, test or similar service, to the Architect, in dtiplicate, unless the Contractor 
is responsible for tlie service. If the Contractor is responsible for the service, submit a 
certified vritten report of each inspection, test or similar service throi^h the 
Contractor, in duplicate. 

Submit additional copies of each vritten report directly to the governing 
authority, vhen the authority so directs. 

Ret>ort Data : Vritten reports of BBch inspection, test or similar servic-e shall 
include, but not be limited to: 

Date of issue. 

Project title and number. 

Name, address and telephone number of testing agency. 

Dates and locations of samples and tests or inspections. 

Names of individuals making the inspection or test. 

Designation of the Vork and test method. 

Identification of product and Specification Section. 

Complete inspection or test data. 

Test results and an interpretation of test results. 

Ambient conditions at the time of sample- taking and testing 

Comments or professional opinion as to vhether inspected or tested York 

complies vith Contract Document requirements. 

Name and signature of laboratory inspector. 

Recommendations on retesting. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Qualification for Service Agencies: Engage inspection and testing service agencies, 
incltjding in<tependent testing laboratories, vhich are pr^qtjalified as complying vith 
"Recommended Requirements for In^pen<tent Laboratory Qualification" by the 



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American Council of Independent Laboratories, and vhich specialize in the types of 
inspections and tests to be performed. 

Each independent inspection and testing agency engaged on the Project shall 
be authorized by authorities having jurisdiction to operate in the State in vhich 
the Project is located. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS (Not Applicable). 

PART ^ - EXECUTION 
REPAIR AND PROTECTION 

General : Upon completion of inspection, testing, sample-taking and similar services, 
repair damaged construction and restore substrates and finishes to eliminate 
deficiencies, including deficiencies in "^Asuel qualities of exposed finishes. Comply vith 
CjDn tract Document requirements for Tutting and Patching." 

Protect construction exposed by or for quality c.ontrol service activities, and protect 
repaired construction. 

Repair and protection is the Contractor's responsibility, regardless of the assignment of 
responsibility for inspection, testing or similar services. 

ENDOF SECTION 01400 



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SECTION QISOO - TEMPORARY FACILITIES 

PART 1 - GENERAL 

RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, inclixHng General an<J 
Supplementary Conditions and other Division- 1 Specification Sections, apply to this 
Section. 

SUMMARY 

This Section specifies reqioirements for temporary services and facilities, including 
utilities, construction and support facilities, security and protection. 
Temporary utilities required include but are not limited to: 

Vater service and distribution. 
Temporary electric pover and light. 
Telephone ser^'ice. 
Storm and sanitary sever. 

Temt>orary construction and support facilities regmred inclivte but are not limited to: 

Temporary heat. 

Field offices and storage sheds. 

Sanitary facilities, including drinking vater. 

Devatering facilities and drains. 

Temporary enclosures. 

Hoists and temporary elevator use 

Temporary Project identification signs and bulletin boards. 

Vaste disposal services. 

Rodent and pest control. 

Construction aids and miscellaneous services and facilities. 

Security and protection facilities required include but are not limited to; 

Temporary fire protection. 
Barricades, vaming signs, lights. 
Sidevalk bridge or enclosure fence for the site. 
Environmental protection. 

SUBMITTALS 

Temporary Utilities : Submit reports of tests, inspections, meter readings and similar 
procedures performed on temporary utilities. 



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QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Regulations : Comply vith industry stan<terds and applicable laws and regulations if 
authorities having jurisdiction, including but not limited to: 

Btilding Code requirements. 

Health and safety regulations. 

Utility company regulations. 

Police, Fire Department and Eesct« Squad rules. 

Environmental protection regtJlations. 

Standards: Comply with NFPA Code 241, "Building Construction and Itefflolition 
Operations", ANSI-AIO Series standards for "Safety Requirements for Construction and 
Demolition", and NECA Electrical Design Library, Temporary Electrical Facilities." 

Refer to "Guidelines for Bid Conditions for Temporary Job Utilities and Services", 
prepared jointly by AGC and ASC, for industry recommetidations. 

Electrical Service : Comply -vitlu NEMA, NECA and UL standards and regulations 
for temporary electric service. Install service in compliance vith National 
Electric Code (NFPA 70). 

Inspections : Arrange for authorities hs.^'ing jurisdiction to inspect and test each 
temporary utility before use. Obtain reqtiired certifications aiid permits 

PRO.IECT CONDITIONS 

Temporary Utilities : Prepare a schedule indicating dates for implementation and 
termination of each temporary utility. At the earliest feasible time, vhen acceptable to 
tlie Owner, change over from use of temporary service to use of the permanent service. 

Conditions of Use : Keep temporary services and facilities clean and neat in appearance. 
Operate in a safe and efficient manner. Take necessary fire prevention meastires. Ito 
not o^'erload facilities, or permit them to interfere with progress. Do not allov 
hazardous dangerous or unsanitary conditions, or public nuisances to <tevelop or 
persist on the site. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
MATERIALS 

General : Provi<te nev materials; if acceptable to the Architect, undamaged previously 
used materials in serviceable condition may be used. Provi<te materials suitable for the 
use intended. 



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Lumt>er aiid Plwood : Comply vith requirements in Division-6 Section "Roi^h 
Carpentry." 

lor job-built temporary offices, shops and she<te vithin the construction area, 
provide UL labeled, fire treated lumber and plyvood for framing, sheathing and 
siding. 

lor signs and directory boards, proyi<te exterior type. Grade B-B High Density 
Concrete Form Overlay Plyvood conforming to PS-1, of sizes and thickness 
indicated. 

For fences and vision barriers, provi<te exterior type, minimum 3/8° thick 
plyvood. 

For safety barriers, si<tevalk bridges and similar uses, provide minimum 5/8" 
thick exterior plyvood. 

Paint : Comply vith requirements of Di*.'ision-9 Section "Finish Painting." 

For job-built temporary offices, shops, sheds, fences and other exposed lumber 
and plyvood, provide exterior grade acrylic-latex emulsion over exterior 
primer. 

For sign panels and applying graphics, provide exterior grade alkyd gloss 
enamel over exterior primer. 

For interior vails of temporary offices, provide tvo coats interior latex flat vail 
paint. 

Tarpaulins : Provide vaterproof, fire-resistant, UL lat>eled tarpaulins vith flame-spread 
rating of 15 or less. For temporary enclosures provide translucent nylon reinforced 
laminated polyethylene or polyvinyl chloride fire retardant tarpaulins. 

Vater : Provide potable vater approved by local health authorities. 

Open-Mesh Fencing: Provide 11 -gage, galvanized 2-inch, chain link fabric fencing 6- 
feet high vith galvanized barbed vire top strand and galvanized steel pipe posts, 1-1/2" 
ID. for line posts and 2-1/2" I.D. for comer posts. 

EQUIPMENT 

General: Provide nev equipment; if acceptable to the Architect, undamaged, previously 
used equipment in serviceable condition may be used. Provide equipment suitable for 
use intended. 

Vater Hoses : Provide 3/4" heavy-duty, abrasion-resistant, flexible rubber hoses ICO ft. 
long, vith pressure rating greater than the maximum pressure of the vater 
distribution system.: pro^^de adjustable shut-off nozzles at hose discharge. 



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QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Regulations : Comply vith indvistry stan<terds and applicable lavs and regulations if 
authorities having jurisdiction, including but not limited to: 

Building Code requirements. 

Health and safety regulations. 

Utility company regulations. 

Police, Fire Itepartment and Resc\*B Squad rules. 

Environmental protection regulations. 

Stan<terds: Comply vith NFPA Code 241, "Building Construction and Demolition 
Operations", ANSI-AIO Series standards for "Safety Requirements for Construction end 
Demolition", and NECA Electrical Itesign Library, Temporary Electrical Facilities." 

Refer to "Guidelines for Bid Conditions for Temporary ^b Utilities and Services", 
prepared jointly by AGC and ASC, for industry recommendations. 

Electrical Service : Comply vitli NEMA, NECA and UL standards and regulations 
for temporary electric service. Install service in compliance '5'ith National 
Electric Code (NFPA 70). 

Inspections : Arrange for authorities h^.^'ing jurisdiction to inspect and test each 
temporary utility before use. Obtain required certifications and permits 

PRO lECT CONDITIONS 

Temporary Utilities : Prepare a schedule indicating de.tes for implementation and 
termination of e^ch temporary utility. At the earliest feasible time, vhen acceptable to 
tlie Ovner, change over from use of temporary service to use of the permanent service. 

Conditions of Use : Keep temporary services and facilities clean and neat in appearance. 
Operate in a safe and efficient manner. Take necessary fire prevention measures. Ito 
not o\'erload facilities, or permit them to interfere vith progress. Do not allov 
hazar<tous dangerous or unsanitary conditions, or public nuisances to develop or 
persist on the site. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
MATERIALS 

General : Provi<te nev materials; if acceptable to the Architect, undamaged previously 
used materials in serviceable condition may be used. Provi<te materials suitable for the 
lise intended. 



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Lumber aiid Plyvood: Comply 'vitli requirements in Division-6 Section "Rough 
Carpentry." 

lor job-built temporary offices, shops and she<b -sithin the construction area, 
provide UL labeled, fire treated lumber and plyvood for framing, sheathing and 
siding. 

For signs and directory boards, provide exterior type. Grade B-B High Density 
Concrete Form Overlay Plywwjd conforming to PS-1, of sizes and thickness 
indicated. 

For fences and vision barriers, provi<te exterior type, minimum 3/8"" thick 
plyvood. 

For safety barriers, si<tevalk bridges and similar uses, provide minimum 5/8" 
thick exterior plywood. 

Paint: Comply vith requirements of Di-nsion-9 Section "Finish Painting." 

For job-built temporary offices, shops, sheds, fences and other exposed lumber 
and plyvood, provide exterior grade acrylic-latex emulsion over exterior 
primer. 

For sign panels and applying graphics, provide exterior grade alkyd gloss 
enamel over exterior primer. 

For interior vails of temporary offices, provide two coats interior latex flat vail 
paint. 

Tarpaulins : Provide waterproof, fire-resistant, UL lat>eled tarf>aulins with flame-spread 
rating of 15 or less. For temporary enclosures provi<te translucent nylon reinforced 
laminated polyethylene or polyvinyl chloride fire retardant tarpaulins. 

¥ater : Provide potable water approved by local health authorities. 

Open-Mesh Fencing: Provide 11 -gage, galvanized 2-inch, chain link fabric fencing 6- 
feet high with galvanized barbed wire top strand and galvanized steel pipe posts, 1-1/2° 
ID. for line posts and 2-1/2" I.D. for comer posts. 

EQUIPMENT 

General : Provide new equipment; if acceptable to the Architect, \indamaged, previously 
used equipment in serviceable condition may be used. Provide equipment suitable for 
use intended. 

Vater Hoses : Provide 3/4" heavy-duty, abrasion-resistant, flexible rubber hoses ICO ft. 
long, with pressure rating greater than the maximum pressure of the water 
distribution system.: pro^'ide adjtjstable shut-off nozzles at hose discharge. 



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Electrical Outlets : Provide properly configured NEMA polarized outlets to prevent 
insertion of 110-120 volt pli^s into higher voltage outlets. Provi<te receptacle outlets 
equipped -sith ground-fault circuit interrupters, reset button and pilot light, for 
connection of pover ttmls and equipment. 

Electrical Po'ger Cords : Provide grounded extension cords; use "hard- service" cords 
vhere exposed to abrasion and traffic. Provide waterproof connectors to connect 
separate lengths of electric cords, if single lengths vill not reach areas vhere 
construction activities are in prepress. 

Lamps and Light Fixtures : Provide general service incandescent lamps of vattage 
reqmred for a<tequate illumination. Provide guard cages or tempered glass enclosures, 
vhere exposed to breakage. Provide exterior fixtures vhei^ exposed to moisture. 

Heating Units : Provide temporary heating units that have been tested and labeled by 
UL, FM or another recognised trade association related to the type of fuel being 
consumed. 

Temporary Offices : Provide prefabricated or mobile units or similar jot>-built 
construction vith lockable entrances, operable vindows and serviceable finishes. 
Provide heated and air-conditioned lonits on foundations atequate for normal loading. 

Temporary Toilet Units : Provide self-contained single-occupant toilet units of the 
chemical, aerated recirculation, or combustion type, properly vented and fully 
enclosed vith a glass fiber reinforced polyester shell or similar nonabsorbent material. 

First Aid Supplies : Comply with governing regulations. 

Fire Extinguishers : Provide hand-carried, portable UL-rated, class "A" fire 
extinguishers for temporary offices and similai' spaces In other locations provide 
hand-carried, portable, UL-rated, class "ABC" dry chemical extinguishers, or a 
combination of extinguishers of NFPA recommended classes for the exposures. 

Comply with NFPA 10 and 241 for classification, extinguishing agent and si2e 
required by location and class of fire exposure. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 
mSTALLATIQH 

Use qualified personnel for installation of temporary facilities. Locate facilities "s^ere 
they will serve the Project a<tequately and result in minimum interference with 
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Provide each facility ready for use vhen needed to avoid <telay. Maintain and modify as 
required. Do not remove until facilities are no longer needed, or are replaced by 
authorized use of completed permanent facilities. 

TEMPORARY UTILITY INSTALLATION 

General: Engage the a5>propriate local utility company to install temporary service or 
connect to existing service. ¥here the company provides only part of the service, 
provide the remainder -vith matching, compatible materials and equipment; comply 
vith the company's recommendations. 

Arrange vith the company and existing users for a time vhen service can be 
interrupted, vhere necessary, to make connections for temporary services. 

Provide adequate capacity at each stage of construction. Prior to temporary 
utility availability, provide trucked-in services. 

Obtain easements to bring temporary utilities to the site, vhere the Ovner's 
easements cannot be used for that purpose. 

Use Charges : Cost or use charges for temporary facilities are not chargeable to 
the O'pner, and vill not be accepted as a basis of claims for a Change Order 
except as specifically provided elsevhere in the Contract Docv«nents. 

Vater Service : Install vater service end distribution piping of sises end pressures 
adequate for construction until permanent vater service is in use. 

Sterilization: Sterilize temporary vater piping prior to use. 

TemtKPrary Electric Pover Service: Provi<te veatherproof, grounded electric pover 
service and distribution system of sufficient size, C65>acity, and pover characteristics 
dtjring construction period. IncltJde meters, transformers, overload protected 
disconnects, automatic ground-fault interrupters and main distribution svitch gear. 

Except vhere overhead service must be used, install electric pover service 
underground. 

Pover Distribution System : Install viring overhead, and rise vertically vhere 
least exposed to damage. ¥here permitted, viring circuits not exceeding 125 
Volts, AC ^ ampere rating, and lighting circuits may be nonmetallic sheathed 
cable vhere overhead and exposed for surveillance. 

Temporary Lighting: ¥herever overhead floor or roof <teck has been installed, provide 
temporary lighting vith local svitching. 

Install and operate temporary lighting that vill fulfill security and protection 
requirements, vithout operating the entire system, and Ti'ill provide adequate 
illvimination for construction operations and traffic conditions. 



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Temporery Telcf hones : Provide temporary telephone service for the Architect, the 
Owner's Project Representative and all personnel engaged in constnx;tion activities, 
throughout the constrtjction period. Install telephone on a separate line for each 
temporary office and first aid station. Vhere an office has more than tvo occupants, 
install a telephone for each additional occupant or pair of occupants. 

At each telephone, post a list of important telephone ntimbers. 

Severs and Drainage : If sewers are available, provide temporary connections to 
remove effluent that can be discharged lavfully. If severs are not available or cannot 
be used, provide drainage ditches, dry veils, stabilization ponds and similar facilities. 
If neither severs nor drainage facilities can be lavfully used for discharge of efflt;Knt, 
provide containers to remove and dispose of effli»nt off the site in a lavful manner. 

filter out excessive amounts of soil, construction debris, chemicals, oils and 
similar contaminatits that might clog severs or pollute vatervays before 
discharge. 

Connect temporary severs to the municipal system as directed by the sever 
department officials. 

Maifttein temporary severs end drainage facilities in a clean, sanitary 
condition. Folloving heavy use, restore normal conditions promptly. 

Provide earthen embankments and similar baiTiers in and around excavations and 
subgrade c-onstruction, sufficient to prevent flooding by runoff of storm vater from 
heavy rains. 

TEMPORARY COHSTRUCTIQH AND SUPPORT FACILITIES INSTALLATION 

Locate field offices, storage sheds, sanitary facilities and other temporary construction 
and support facilities for easy access. 

Maintain temporary constnx:tion and supf>ort facilities until near Substantial 
Completion. Remove prior to Substantial Completion. Personnel remaining 
after Substantial Completion vill be permitted to use permanent facilities, under 
conditions acceptable to the Ovner. 

Provide incombustible construction for offices, shops and sheds located vithin the 
construction area, or vithin 30 feet of building lines. Comply vith requirements of 
HrPA241. 

Temporary Heat: Provide temporary heat required by construction activities, for 
ctjring or drying of completed installations or protection of installed construction from 
adverse effects of lov temperatures or high humidity. Select safe equipment that vill 
not have a harmful effect on completed installations or elements being installed. 



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Coordinate ventilation requirements to produce the ambient condition required and 
minimize consximption of energy. 

Heating Facilities . Except vhere use of the permanent system is authorized, provide 
vented self-contained LP gas or fuel oil heaters vith individual space thermo s tatic 
control. 

Use of gasoline-burning space heaters, open flame, or salaman<ter type heating 
linits is prohibited. 



Field Offices : Provi<te insulated, veathertight temporary offices of sufficient 
size to accommodate required office personnel, including a separate office space 
for the ChsTier's Project Representative, at the Project site. Keep the office clean 
and orderly for use for small progress meetings. Furnish and equip offices as 
foUovs: 

Furnish office for the Owner's Project Representative vith a <tesk and 
chair, a 4-draver file cabinet, plan table and plan rack and a 6-shelf 
bookcase. 

Storage and Fabrication Sheds . Install storage and fabrication sheds, sized, furnished 
and equipped to accommodate materials and equipment involved, including temporary 
utility service. Sheds may be open shelters or fully enclosed spaces vithin the building 
or elsevhere on the site. 

Sanitary facilities include temporary toilets, 'vash facilities and drinking vexer 
fixtures. Comply vith regulations and health codes for the type, number, location, 
operation and maintenance of fixtures and facilities. Install vhere facilities vill best 
se^^'ice the Project's needs. 

Provide toilet tissue, paper tovels, paper cups and similar disposable materials 
for each facility. Provide covered vaste containers for used material. 

Toilets: Install self-contained toilet units. Shield toilets to ensure privacy. Use of pit- 
type privies vill not be permitted. 

Drinking Vater Facilities : Provide containerized tap-dispenser bottled-vater type 
drinking vater units, including paper supply. 

Devatering Facilities and Drains : For temporary drainage and devatering facilities and 
operations not directly associated vith construction activities included under 
individual Sections, comply vith <tevatering requirements of applicable Division-2 
Sections. ¥here feasible, utilize the same facilities. Maintain the site, excavations and 
construction free of vater . 

Temt>Qrary Enclosures : Provide temporary enclosiire for protection of construction in 
progress and completed, from exposure, foul veather, other construction operations 
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Vhere heat is needed and the permanent building enclosure is not complete, 
provide temporary enclosures vhere there is no other provision for 
containment of heat. Coordinate enclosure vith ventilating and material 
drying or cui'ing requirements to avoid dangerous conditions and effects. 

Install tarpaulins securely, vith incombustible "wjod framing and other 
materials, aose openings of 25 sqvtere feet or less vith plyvood or similar 
materials. 

aose openings through floor or roof <tecks and horizontal surfaces vith load- 
bearing vood-framed constrtiction. 

Temporary Lifts and Hoists: Pro^'ide facilities for hoisting materials and employees. 
Truck cranes and similar devices used for hoisting materials are considered "tools and 
eqviipment" and not temporary facilities. 

Temporary Elevator Use : Refer to Division-H "Elevator" Sections. 

Project Identification and Temporary Signs : Prepare project identification and other 
signs of the size indicated; install signs vhere indicated to inform the public and 
persons seeking entrance to the Project. Support on posts or framing of preservative 
treated vood or steel. E>o not permit installation of unauthorized signs. 

Project Identification Sign : Shall be no smaller than 6 ft. x 10 ft. constructed of 
exterior type. Gra<te B-D High Itensity Concrete Form Overlay Ph^R^ood (min. 
thickness 3/4") conforming to PS-1. Sign support posts shall be preservative 
treated 4" x 4" (min.) or as indicated. Engage an experienced sign painter to 
apply graphics indicated on the dravings or as directed by the Architect. 
Comply vitli details indicated. 

Temporary Signs : Prepare signs to provide directional information to 
construction personnel and visitors. 

Temporary Exterior Lighting: Install exterior yard and sign lights so that signs are 
visible vhen Vork is being performed. 

Collection and Disposal of Vaste : Collect vsste from constnx;tion areas and elsevhere 
daily. Comply vith requirements of NFPA 241 for removal of combustible vaste 
material and <tebris. Enforce requirements strictly. Do not hold materials more then 7 
days during normal veather or J days vhen the temperature is expected to rise above 
93 <teg F (27 deg C). Handle hazardoxis, dangerous, or xmsanitary vaste materials 
separately from other vaste by containerizing properly. Dispose of material in a 
lavful manner. 

Rodent and Pest Control : Before <teep fovmdation Vork has been completed, retain a 
local exterminator or pest control company to recommend practices to minimize 
attraction and hai'boring of rodents, roaches and other pests. Employ this service to 



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perform extermination and control procedures at regiolar intervals so the Project vill 
be relatively free of pests and their resid\ies at Substantial Completion. Perform 
control operations in alavful manner using environmentally safe materials. 

Stairs: Until permanent stairs are available, provi<te temporary stairs vhere ladders 
eire not adequate. Cover finished permanent stairs vith a protective covering of 
plyvood or similar material so finishes vill be undamaged at the time of acceptance. 

SECURITY AND PROTECTION FACILITIES IHSTALLATIOH 

Except for use of permanent fire protection as soon as available, do not change over 
from use of temporary security and protection facilities to permanent facihties until 
Substantial Completion, or longer as reqT;«sted by the Architect. 

Temporary Fire Protection : Until fire protection needs are supplied by permanent 
facilities, install and maintain temporary fire protection facilities of the types nee<ted 
to protect against reasonably predictable and controllable fire losses. Comply vith 
NFPA 10 "Standard for Portable Fire Extingiashers," and NFPA 241 "Standard for 
Safeguarding Constrtx-tion, Alterations and E>emolition Operations " 

Locate fire extinguishers vhere convenient and effective for their intended 
ptirpose, but not less than one extinguisher on each floor at or near each usable 
stairwell. 

Store combusti1>le materials in containers in fire-safe locations. 

Maintain unobstructed access to fire extinguishers, fire hydrai:its, temporary 
fire protection facilities, stairvays and other access routes for fighting fires. 
Prohibit smoking in haserdoxis fire exposure areas. 

Provide supervision of velding operations, combustion type temporary heating 



units, and similar sources of fire ignition 



Permanent Fire Protection : At the earliest feasible date in each area of the Project, 
complete installation of the permanent fire protection facility, including connected 
services, and place into operation and use. Instruct key personnel on tjse of facilities. 

Barrica<tes. ¥arning Signs and Lights: Comply vith standards and code requirements 
for erection of structurally adequate barrica<tes. Paint ^th a$>propriate colors, 
gi^hics and "warning signs to inform personnel and the public of the hazard being 
protected against. ¥here appropriate and needed provide lighting, including flashing 
red or amber lights. 

Enclosure Fence : Vhen excavation begins, install an enclosure fence vith lockable 
entrance gates. Locate vhere indicated, or enclose the entire site or the portion 
determined sufficient to accommodate construction operations. Install in a manner 
that vill prevent people, dogs and other animals from easily entering the site, except 
by the entrance gates. 



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Provide open-mesh, chadn-link fencing "vith posts set in a compacted mixture of 
gravel and earth. Fencing shall be 8"-0" high. 

Security Enclosure and Lockup: Install substantial temporary enclosure of partially 
completed areas of construction. Provide locking entrances to prevent unauthorized 
entrance, vandalism, theft and similar violations of security. 

Storage : ¥here materials and eqmpment must be stored, and are of valiK or 
attractive for thefr, provide a secure lockup. Enforce discipline in connection 
vith the installation and release of material to minimize the opportunity for 
theft and vandalism. 

Environmental Protection : Provide protection, operate temporary facilities and 
conduct construction in vays and by methods that comply vith environmental 
regulations, and minimize the possibility that air, vatervays and subsoil might be 
contaminated or polluted, or that other undesirable effects might result. Avoid use of 
tools and eqmpment vhich produce harmful noise. Restrict use of noise making tools 
and equipment to hours that will minimize complaints from persons or firms near the 
site. 

OPERATION. TERMINATION AND REMOVAL 

Supervision : Enforce strict discipline in use of temporary facilities. Limit availability 
of temporary facilities to essential and intended uses to minimize "waste and abuse. 

Maintenance : Maintain facilities in good operating condition until removal. Protect 

from damage by freezing temperatui'es and similar elements. 

Maintain operation of temporary enclosures, heating, ccwling, htjmidity 
control, ventilation and similar facilities on a 24-hour day basis vhere required 
to achieve indicated restilts and to avoid possibility of damage. 

Protection : Prevent "water filled piping from freezing. Maintain markers for 
underground lines. Protect from damage during excavation operations. 

Termination and Removal : Unless the Architect requires that it be maintained longer, 
remove esp^h temporary facility vhen the need has ended, or i?hen replaced by 
autliorized use of a permanent facility, or no later than Substantial Completion. 
Complete or, if necessary, restore permanent construction that may have been delayed 
because of interference vith the temporary facility. Repair <temaged Vork, clean 
exposed surfaces and replace construction that cannot be satisfactorily repaired. 

Materials and facilities that constitute temporary facilities are property of the 
Contractor. The Ovner reserves the right to take possession of Project 
identification signs. 



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Vhere the area is intended for lan<bcai>e <teveloi>ment, remove soil and 
aggregate fill that does not comply vith reqvdrements for fill or subsoil in the 
area. Remove materials contaminated vith nrad oil. asphalt or other 
petrochemical compotmds, and other substances "liiich might impair grovth of 
plant materials or lavns. Repair or replace street paving, curbs and si<tevalks 
at the temporary entrances, as reqvrired by the governing authority. 

At Substantial Completion, clean and renovate permanent facilities that have 
been used during the construction period, including but not limited to: 

Replace air filters and clean inside of ductirork and housings. 

Replace significantly vorn parts and parts that have been subject to 
unusual operating conditions. 

Replace lamps that are burned out or noticeably dimmed by substantial 
hours of use. 

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SECTION 01600 - MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT 

PART 1 - GENERAL 

RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drawings and general provisions of Contract, inclriding General and Supplementary 
Conditions and other Division- 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. 

SUMMARY 

This Section specifies administrative and procedural requirements governing the 
Contractor's selection of products for use in the Project. 

The Contractor's Constriction Schedule and the Schedule of Submittals are included 
under Section "Submittals," 

Standards : Refer to Section "Definitions and Standards" for applicability of industry 
standards to products specified. 

Administrative procedures for handling requests for substitutions made after avard of 
the Contract are included under Section "Product Substitutions " 

DEFINITIONS 

Definitions vised in this Article are not intended to change the meaning of other terms 
used in the Contract Documents, such as "specialties," "systems," "structure," "finishes," 
"accessories," and similar terms. Such terms such are self-explanatory and have veil 
recognized meanings in the construction industry. 

"Products" are items purchased for incorporation in the Vork, vhether 
purchased for the Project or taken from previously purchased stock. The term 
"prodtict" includes the terms "material," "equipment," "system," and terms of 
similar intent. 

"Named Products" are items identified by manufacturer's product name, 
including make or model designation, indicated in the manufacturer's 
published product literature, that is current as of the date of the Contract 
Documents. 

"Materials" are products that are substantially shaped, cut, irorked, mixed, 
finished, refined or othervise fabricated, processed, or installed to form a part 
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"Equipment", is a product vith operational parts, vhether motorized or 
manually operated, that requires service connections such as "Biring or piping. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Source Limitations : To the fullest extent possible, provide products of the same kind, 
from a single source. 

Comt>atibility of Options : Vhen the Contractor is given the option of selecting befveen 
t-wo or more products for use on the Project, the product selected shall be compatible 
vith prodxjcts previoxisly selected, even if previously selected prodxjcts •were also 
options. 

Hamet>lates: Except for required labels and operating data do not attach or imprint 
manufacturer's or producer's nameplates or tra<temarks on exposed surfaces of 
products vhich vill be exposed to viev in occupied spaces or on the exterior. 

Labels : Locate required product labels and stamps on a concealed surface or, 
vhere required for observation after installation, on an accessible surface that 
isnotconspictjous. 

Equipment Naiaeplates : Provide a permanent nameplate on each item of 
service-connected or po^er-operated equipment. Locate on an easily accessible 
?urfacti vhich if iucomi>ic\K>\K in occuj>i©<3 space? . The nemeplete shell 
contain the following information and other essential operating data: 

Name of product and manufacturer. 

Model and serial number. 

Capacity. 

Speed. 

Ratings. 

PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE. AND HANDLING 

Deliver, store and handle products in accordance vith the manufacturers 
recommendations, using means and methods that vill prevent damage, <teterioration 
and loss, including theft. 

Schedule delivery to minimize long-term storage at the site and to prevent 
overcrowding of construction spaces. 

Coordinate delivery vith installation time to ensure minimum holding time for 
items that are flammable, hazardous, easily (temsged, or sensitive to 
deterioration, theft and other losses. 

Deliver products to the site in the mentifacturer's originel sealed container or 
other packaging system, complete vith labels and instructions for handling, 
storing, unpacking, protecting and installing. 



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Inspect prcKJucts upon <telivery to ensure compliance vith the Contract 
Itocuinents. and to ensure that products are undamaged and properly protected. 

Store products at the site in a manner that lill facilitate inspection and 
measurement of quantity or counting of units. 

Store heav^' materials &vqy frcm ^he Project structure in a manner that vill not 
endanger the supporting construction. 

Store products subject to damage by the elements above ground, under cover in 
a ^neathertight enclos\ire, vith ventilation adequate to prevent condensation. 
Maintain temperature and humidity vithin range required by manufacturer's 
instructions. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
PRODUCT SELECTION 

Oeneral Product Requirements : Provide products that comply ^Xh the Contract 
Documents., that ere undamaged and., unless otherwise indicated, ijmused at the time of 
installation. 

Provide prodiK:ts complete vith all accessories, trim, finish, safety guards and 
other devices and details needed for a complete installation and for the inten<ted 
tjse and effect. 

Standard ProdiKts : Vhere available, provide standard products of types that 
h&^K- been produced end used su«;cessfully in similar situations on other 
projects. 

Product Selection Procedures : Product selection is governed by the Contract Documents 
and governing regulations, not by previous Project experience. Procedvires governing 
product selection inclt*te the folloving: 

Prot>rietarY St>ecificatiQn Requirements : ¥here only a single prodtx;t or 
manufactiorer is named, provide the product indicated. No substitxitions ■wiil be 
permitted. 

Semiproprietary St>ecification Requirements: Vhere t"«no or more products or 
manufacturers are named, provide one of the products indicated. No 
substitutions vill be permitted. 

Vhere products or manufacturers are specified by name, accompanied 
by the term "or equal," or "or appro^^ed equal" comply vith the Contract 



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Document provisions concerning "substitutions" to obtain a$>proval for 
use of an unnamed product. 

Non-Proprietarv Specifications : ¥hen the Specifications list products or 
manufacturers that are available and may be incorporated in the ¥ork, bvn do 
not restrict the Contractor to use of these products only, the Contractor may 
propose any available product that complies vith Contract requirements. 
Comply "With Contract Document provisions concerning "substitutions" to obtain 
approval for use of an unnamed product. 

Descriptive Specification Requirements : ¥here Specifications ctescribe a 
product or assembly, listing exeK;t characteristics required, 'sith or vithout use 
of a brand or trade name, provide a product or assembly that provides the 
characteristics and othervise complies vith Contract requirements. 

Compliaiice with Stai:tdards, Codes and Regulations : ¥here the Specifications 
only require compliance vith an imposed code, standard or regulation, select a 
prodiKt tliat complies vith the standards, codes or regulations specified. 

Visual Matching : Vhere Specifications require matching an established 
Sample., the Architect's decision will be final on vhether a proposed product 
matches satisfactorily. 

Vhere no product available vithin the specified cate^gory matches 
satisfactorily end olso complies •with other specified requirements, 
comply vith provisions of the Contract Documents concerning 
"substitutions" for selection of a matching product in another product 
category, or for noncompliance ^s'ith specified requirements. 

Visual Selection : ¥here specified product requirements include the phrase 
"...as selected from manufacturer's standard colors, patterns, textures..." or a 
similar phrase, select a product and manufacturer that complies vith other 
specified requirements. The Architect vill select the color, pattern and texture 
from the product line selected. 

Anoyances : Refer to individual Specification Sections and "Allowance" 
provisions in Division- 1 for allowances that control product selection, and for 
procedures reqmred for processing s\>ch selections. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 
INSTALLATION OF PRODUCTS 

Comply with manufacturer's instructions end recommen<teLtions for installation of 
products in the applications indicated. Anchor each product securely in place, 
accurately located and aligned with other Vork. 



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Clean exposed surfaces end protect as necessary to ensure freedom from damage 
and deterioration at time of Substantial Completion. 



END OF SECTION 01600 



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SECTION 016^1 - PRODUCT SUBSTITUTIONS 

PART 1 - GENERAL 

RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dravings and general provisions of Contreict, including General and Supplementary 
Conditions and other Division- 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. 

mWMAPY 

This Section specifies administrative and procedural requirements for handling 
requests for substitutions made after avard of the Contract. 

The Contractor's Construction Schedule and the Schedule of Submittals are included 
under Section "Submittals." 

Standards : Refer to Section "Definitions and Standards" for applicability of industry 
standards to prodiK:ts specified. 

Procediu'al requirements governing the Contractor s selection of products and product 
options ere inclu<}©<3 \wi<3er Section "M&teriels end Equipment." 

DEFINITIONS 

Definitions used in this Article are not intended to change or modify the meaning of 
other terms used in the Contract Docijments. 

Substitutions : Reqiiests for changes in products, materials, equipment, and methods of 
construction required by Contract Doctjments proposed by the Contractor after avard of 
the Contract are consi<tered requests for "substitutions." The foUoving are not 
considered substitutions: 

Revisions to Contract Documents requested by the Ovner or Architect. 

Specified options of products and construction methods inclu«ted in Contract 
Documents. 

The Contractor's determination of and compliance vith governing regulations 
and orders issied by governing authorities. 

SUBMITTALS 

Substitution Request Submittal : Reqi»sts for substitution "Vill be consi<tered if received 
vithin 60 days after commencement of the Vork. Reqtjests received more than 60 days 



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after commencement of the ¥ork may t>e considered or rejected at the discretion of the 
Architect. 

Submit 3 copies of each reque-st for substitution for consideration. Submit 
requests in the form and in accordance vith procedures required for Change 
Order proposals. 

Identify the product, or the fabrication or installation method to be replaced in 
each request. Include related Specification Section and Draving numbers. 
Provide complete documentation shoving compliance vith the requirements 
for substitutions, and the following information, as appropriate: 

Product Data, including Drawings and descriptions of products, 
fabrication and installation procedures. 

Samples, vhere applicable or requested. 

A detailed comparison of significant qualities of the proposed 
substitution vith those of the ¥ork specified. Significant qualities may 
include elements such as size, veight, durability, performance and 
visual effect 

Coordination information, including a list of changes or modifications 
needed to other parts of the ¥ork and to construction performed by the 
O'yner and separate Contractors, that vill become necessary to 
accommodate the proposed substitution. 

A statement indicating the substitution's effect on the Contractor's 
Construction Schedule compared to the schedule vithout approval of the 
substitution Indicate the effect of the proposed substitutioi:i on overall 
Contract Time. 

Cost information, including a proposal of the net change, if any in the 
Contract Sum. 

Certification by the Contractor that the substitution proposed is equal-to 
or better in every significant respect to that reqidred by the Contr8«;t 
Documents, and that it Trill perform adequately in the application 
indicated. Include the Contractor's 'vaiver of rights to additional 
payment or time, that may subseqrjently become necessary because of 
the failure of the substitution to perform a(tequately. 

Architect's Action : Vithin one vetk. of receipt of the reqiest for substitution, 
the Architect vill request additional information or documentation necessary 
for evaluation of the request. Vithin 2 veeks of receipt of the request, or one 
veek of receipt of the additional information or dociimenlation, vhich ever is 
later, the Architect vill notify the Contractor of acceptance or rejection of the 
proposed substitution. If a <tecision on use of a proposed substitute cannot be 



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made or obtained vithin the time allocated, use the product specified t>y name. 
Acceptance vill be in the form of a Change Order. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

SUBSTITUTIONS 

Conditions : The Contractor's substitution reqiKst -will be received and considered by the 
Architect vhen one or more of the following conditions are S8.tisfied, as determined by 
the Architect; other-vise requests vill be returned vithout action except to record 
noncompliance vith these requirements. 

Extensive revisions to Contract Documents are not required. 

Proposed changes are in keeping vith the general intent of Contract 
Documents. 

The request is timely, fully documented and properly submitted. 

The specified product or method of construction cannot be provided vithin the 
Contract Time. The request vill not be considered if the product or method 
cannot be provided as a result of failure to pursiK the ¥orK promptly or 
coordinate activities properly. 

The specified product or method of construction cannot receive necessary 
approval by a governing authority, and the requested substitution can be 
^proved. 

A substantial advantage is offered the Ovner, in terms of cost, time, energy 
conservation or other considerations of merit, after deducting offsetting 
responsibilities the O^Txer may be required to bear. Additional responsibilities 
for the Ovner may include additional compensation to the Architect for 
redesign and evaluation services, increased cost of other construction by the 
O^mer or separate Contractors, and similar considerations. 

The specified product or method of construction cannot be provided in a 
manner that is compatible -^ith other materials, and irtiere the Contractor 
certifies that the substitution "vill overcome the incompatibility. 

The specified product or method of construction cannot be coordinated vith 
other materials, and vhere the Contractor certifies that the proposed 
substitution can be ctiordinated. . 

The specified product or method of construction cannot provide a ■warranty 
required by the Contract Documents and vhere the Contractor certifies that the 
proposed substitution provide the required varranty. 



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The Contractor's submitted ond Architect's eicceptsnce of Shop Drawings, Prodtict Data 
or Samples that relate to construction activities not complying "vith the Contract 
Documents does not constitute an acceptable or valid request for substitution, nor dc«s 
it constitute approval. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION (Not Applicable). 
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SECTION 01700 - PROJECT CLOSEOUT 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dra-wings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary 
Conditions and other Division- 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. 

SUMMARY 

This Section specifies administrative and procedural reqmrements for project closeout, 
including but not limited to: 

Inspection procedures. 

Project record doctoment submittal. 

Operating and maintenance manual submittal. 

Submittal of warranties. 

Final cleaning. 

Closeout requirements for specific construction activities are included in the 
appropriate Sections in DivisiQriS-2 thrQug;h -16. 

SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION 

Preliminary Procedt^res : Before requesting inspection for certification of Substantial 
Completion, complete the following. List exceptions in the request. 

In the Application for Payment that coincides vith, or first follovs, the <teite 
Substantial Completion is claimed, shov 1(X) percent completion for the portion 
of the ¥ork claimed as substantially complete. Include supporting documents 
for completion as indicated in these Contract Documents and a statement 
shoving an accounting of changes to the C^sntract Sum. 

If 100 percent completion cannot be shovn, incliKte a list of incomplete 
items, the value of incomplete construction, and reasons the Vork is not 
complete. 

Submit warranties, workmanship bonds, maintenance agreements, final 
certifications and similar documents as specified in individual sections of the 
specifications. 

Obtain, pay for, and submit releases enabling the Owner unrestricted use of the 
Vork end access to services and utilitie.s; including but not limited to Certificate 
of Occupancy, operating certificates and similar releases. 



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Submit record drawings, maintenance manuals, damage or settlement survey (if 
dnyX and similar final record information. 

Deliver tools, spare parts, extra stock, and similar items. 

Make final change-over of permanent locks and transmit keys to the Chmer. 
Advise the Ovner's personnel of change-over in security provisions. 

Complete start-up testing of systems, and instruction of the Ovner's operating 
and maintenance personnel. Discontinue or change over and remove temporary 
facilities from the site, along vith construction tools, mock-i^s, and similar 
elements. 

Complete final clean up requirements, including touch-up painting. Toxjch-up 
end otherwise repair and restore marred exposed finishes. 

Inspection Procedures : On receipt of a request for inspection, the Architect "vill either 
proceed "^dth inspection or advise the Contractor of unfilled requirements. The 
Architect 'mil prepare the Certificate of Substantial Completion foUo'ving inspection, 
or advise the Contractor of construction that must be completed or corrected before the 
certificate vill be issued. 

The Architect 'will repeat inspection vhen requested and assured that the Vork 
has been substantially completed. 

Results of the completed inspection vill form the basis of requirements for final 

acceptance. 

riHAL ACCEPTANCE 

Preliminary Procedures : Before requesting final inspection for certification of final 
acceptance and final payment, complete the following. List exceptioi:is in the request. 

Submit the final payment reqiKst vith releases and supporting docmnentation 
not previously submitted and accepted. Include certificates of insijrance for 
products and completed operations vhere reqirired. 

Submit an updated final statement, accounting for final additional changes to 
the Contract Sum. 

Submit a certified copy of the Architect's final inspection list of items to be 
completed or corrected, stating that each item has been completed or otherwise 
resolved for acceptance, and the list has b^n endorsed and dated by the 
Architect. 

Reinsi>ection Procedure : The Architect wU reinspect the Vork upon receipt of notice 
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completed, except items vhose completion has been <telayed because of circumstances 
acceptable to the Architect. 

Upon completion of reinspection, the Architect vill prepare a certificate of 
final acceptance, or advice the Contractor of Vork that is incomplete or of 
obligations that have not been fulfilled but are required for final acceptance. 

If' necessary, reinspection •will be repeated. 

RECORD DOCUMENT SUBMITTALS 

General : Do not use record documents for constrijction purposes; protect from 
deterioration and loss in a secure, fire-resistive location; provide access to record 
documents for the Architect's reference during normal vorKing hours. 

Record Drawings: Maintain a clean, undamaged set of blue or black line vhite-prints 
of Contract Dr8.vings and Shop Drawings. Mark the set to shov the act\.Kil installation 
vhere the installation varies substantially from the ¥ork as originally shovn. Mark 
vhiche^'er drawing is most capable of shoving conditions fully and accurately; vhere 
Shop Drawings are used, record a cross-reference at the corresponding location on the 
Contract Drawings. Give particular attention to concealed elements that would be 
difficult to measure and record at a later date. 

Mark record sets with red erasable pencil; use other colors to distinguish 

betvieen veriations in seperate categories of the Vork. 

Mark new information that is import8i:it to the Owner, but was not shown on 
Contract Drawings or Shop Drawings. 

Note related Change Order numbers where applicable. 

Organize record drawing sheets into manageable sets, bind with durable pfi$>er 
cover sheets, and print suitable titles, dates and other identification on the 
cover of each set. 

Each mechanical and electrical subcontractor shall show his <teily progress by 
coloring-in the various pipes, conduits, cables, fixtures, 8$>paratus, equipment 
and associated appurtenances exactly as they are installed or erected. All 
changes and all other deviations from the Contract Drawings, whether resulting 
from job conditions encountered or from any other cause, shall be included. 
Prinicipal dimensions for concealed work shall be recorded. At pipe 
installations valve numbers shall be added as soon as established. 

The marked-up and colored-in prints will be used as a guide for determining the 
progress of the Vork installed. They shall be available for monthly inspection 
by the Architect and the 0'»"ners Project Representative and shall be corrected 
immediately if found either inaccurate or incomplete. The Architect may not 



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approTO any requisition for payment submitted by the Contractor until the 
complete procedure described has been complied vith and is up to date. 

Miscellaneous Record Svibmittals : Refer to other Specification Sections for 
requirements of miscellaneous record-keeping and submittals in connection vith 
actual performance of the ¥ork. Immediately prior to the date or dates of Substantial 
Completion, complete miscellaneous records and place in good order, properly 
identified and bound or filed, ready for continued use and reference. Submit to the 
Architect for the Ovner's records. 

Maintenance Manvials : Organize operating and maintenance data into suitable sets of 
manageable size. Bind properly indexed data in individual heavy-duty 2-inch, 3-ring 
vinyl-covered binders, with pocket folders for fol<ted sheet information. Mark 
appropriate identification on front and spine of each binder. Include the following 
types of information. 

Emergency instructions. 

Spare parts list. 

Coj>ies of varrsnties . 

Viring diagrams 

Recommended "turn around" cycles. 

Inspection procedures. 

Shop Dr8.vings and F'rodix:t Data 

fixture lamping schedule. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS (Not Applicable) 

PART ', - EXECUTION 
CLOSEOUT PROCEDURES 

Operating and Maintenance Instructions : Arrange for each installer of equipment that 
requires regvilar maintenance to meet with the Ovner's personnel to provi<te 
instruction in proper operation and maintenance. If installers are not experienced in 
procedures, provide instruction by manvifacturer's representatives. Include a detailed 
reviev of the following items: 

Maintenance manuals. 

Record documents. 

Spare parts and materials. 

Tcmls. 

Lubricants. 

Fvels. 

Identification systems. 

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Control sequences. 

Hazdrds. 

Cleaning. 

Varranties and bonds. 

Maintenance agreements and similar continuing commitments. 

As part of instruction for operating equipment, demonstrate the following procedures: 

Start-up. 

Shut <tovn. 

Emergency operations. 

Noise and vibration adjustments. 

Safety procedures. 

Economy and efficiency adjustments. 

Effective energy utilization. 

FINAL CLEANING 

General : General cleaning during construction is required by the General Conditions 
and included in Section Temporary Facilities". 

Cleaning : The Contractor shall be responsible for final cleaning in accor<tence vith 
the following provisions: 

Complete the foUoving cleaning operations before requesting inspection for 
Certification of Substantial Completion. 

Remove labels that are not permanent labels. 

Clean transpai'ent materials, including mirrors and glass in <fciors and 
vindo^'s Remove glazing compound and other substances that are 
noticeable vision-obscuring materials. Replace chipped or broken glass 
and other damaged transparent materials. 

Clean exposed exterior and interior hard-surfaced finishes to a dust-free 
condition, free of stains, films and similar foreign substai:ices. Restore 
reflective surfaces to their original reflective condition. Leave concrete 
floors broom clean. Vacuum carpeted surfaK^s. 

Vipe surfaces of mechanical and electrical equipment. Remove excess 
lubrication and other substances. Clean plumbing fixtures to a sanitary 
condition. Clean light fixtures and lamps. 

Clean the site, including landscape development areas, of rubbish, litter 
and foreign substances. Sveep paved areas broom cleaii; remove stains, 
spills and other foreign deposits. Rake grounds that are neither paved 
nor planted, to a smooth even-textured surface. 



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Removal of Protection : Each subcontractor shall be responsible for removal temporary 
protection and facilities installed by them for protection of the Vork during 
construction. 

Compliance : Comply vith regulations of authorities having jurisdiction and safety 
standards for cleaning Do not burn vaste materials. Do not bury debris or excess 
materials on the Owner's property. Ito not discharge volatile, harmful or dangerous 
materials into drainage systems. Remove vasxe materials from the site and dispose of in 
ala'vf^.il manner. 

Vhere extra materials of value remaining after completion of associated Vork 
have become the Owner's property, arrange for disposition of these materials as 
directed. 



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SECTION 02070 - SELECTIVE DEMOLITION 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drawings arid general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary 
Conditions and Di^'ision-l Specification sections. 8$»ply to vork of this section. 

DESCRIPTION OF ¥ORK 

Extent of selective demolition vorfc is indicated on drawngs. 

Types of Selective Demolition Vork : Demolition requires the selective removal and 
subsequent off site disposal of the following; 

Portions of building structure indicated on drawings and as required to 
accommodate nev construction . 

Removal of portions of the existing brick and stone vails as indicated on 
dra'^ings. Brick shall be retained as necessary to carry out restoration vork as 
described in "Masonry Restoration" section in Division Four. Brick remaining 
after completion of restoration vork shall t>e disposed ofoffsite. 

Related vork specified elsevhere: 

Remodeling construction work and patching is included vithin the respective 
sections of specifications, including removal of materials for re-use and 
incorporated into remodeling or nev construction 

SUBMITTALS 

Schedule: Submit schedule indicating proposed methods and seqience of operations for 
selective demolition irork to the the Architect or Project Representative for reviev 
prior to commencement of "work. Inclu<te cawdination for shut-off, cs^ping, and 
continuation of utility services as required, together vith details for dust and noise 
control protection. 

PB CONDITIONS 

Condition of Structures : Ovner assvtmes no responsibility for actual condition of items 
or structures to be demolished. 



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Partial Demolition aiid Removal : Items indicated to be removed but of salvageable value 
to Contractor may be remowd from strvicture as -work progresses. Transport salvaged 
items from site as they are removed. 

Storage or sale of removed items on site vill not be permitted. 

Protections : Provide temporary barrica<tes and other forms of protection as required to 
protect Owner's personnel and general public from injury due to selective demolition 
vork. 

Provi<te interior and exterior shoring, bracing, or support to prevent 
movement, settlement, or collapse of structure or element to be demolished, and 
adjacent facilities or vork to remain. 

Protect from damage existing finish vork that is to remain in place and becomes 
exposed during demolition operations. 

Provide temporary veather protection during interval hex'ween demolition and 
removal of existing construction on exterior surfaces, aiid installation of nev 
construction to insure that no water leakage or damage occurs to structure or 
interior area^ of existing building 

P.emove protections at completion of work. 

Damages : Promptly repair damages caijsed to adjacent facilities by demolition work at 

no cost to Owner. 

Traffic : Conduct selective demolition operations and debris removal in a manner to 
ensure minimum interference Tidth roads, streets, walks, end other adjacent occupied 
or used facilities. 

Do not close, block or otherwise obstruct streets, walks or other occupied or used 
facilities without written permission from authorities having jurisdiction. 
Provide alternate routes around closed or obstructed traffic ways if required by 
governing regulations. 

Explosives : Use of explosives will not be permitted. 

Utility Services : Maintain existing utilities indicated to remain, keep in service, and 
protect against damage during demolition operations. 

Environmental Controls : Use water sprinkling, temporary enclosures, and other 
suitable methods to limit dust and dirt rising and scattering in air to lowest practical 
level. Comply with governing regulations pertaining to environmental protection. 

Do not vise water when it may create hazardous or objectionable conditions such 
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PART 2 - PRODUCTS (Not Applicable). 

PART ^ - EXECUTION 

IHSPECTIOH 

Prior to commencement of selective demolition vor k. inspect areas in vhich irork vill 
be performed. Photograph existing conditions to structure surfaces, equipment or to 
surrounding properties vhich could be misconstrued as damage resulting from 
selective demolition vork; file vith the Architect or Project Representative prior to 
starting -work. 

PREPARATION 

Provide interior and exterior shoring, bracing, or support to prevent movement, 
settlement or collapse of structures to be demolished and adjacent facilities to remain. 

Cease operations and notify the Architect or Project Representative immediately 
if safety of structure appears to be endangered. Take precautions to support 
str\K:tiJtt'e until determination is made for continuing operations. 

Locate, identify, stub off and digconnect utility services that are not indicated to 
remain. 

DEMOLITION 

Perform selective demolition vork in a systematic manner. Use such methods as 
reqvjired to complete vork indicated on Drawings in accordance "sath demolition 
schedule and governing regulations. 

Demolish concrete and masonry in small sectiotis. Cut concrete and masonry at 
junctures vith construction to remain using pover-driven masonry sav or 
hand tools; do not use pover- driven impact tools. 

Locate demolition equipment throughout striicture and prwaptly remove debris 
to avoid imposing excessive lc»ds on si^porting vails, flcrors or framing. 

Provide services for effective air and vater pollution controls as required by 
local authorities having jurisdiction. 

Demolish foundation vails to a<tepth of not less than 12" belov existing grovtnd 
stjrface. Demolish and remove belov-grade vood or metal construction. Break 
vtp belov-grade concrete slabs. 



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For interior slabs on grade, use removal methods that vill not crack or 
structurally disturb adjacent slabs or partitions. Use poTs^er sav vhere possible. 

Completely fill belov-grade areas and voids resulting from demolition vork. 
Provi<te fill consisting of approved eartli. gravel or sand, free of trash and 
debris, stones over 6" diameter, roots or other organic matter. 

If iMianticipated mechanical, electrical or structural elements vhich conflict Trith 
intended function or design are encountered, investigate and measure both nature and 
extent of the conflict. Submit report to the Architect or Project Representative in 
vritten, accurate detail. Pending receipt of directive from the Architect or Project 
Representative rearrange selective <temolition schedule as necessary to contini« 
overall job progress vithout delay. 

DISPOSAL OF DEMOLISHED MATERIALS 

Remove debris, rubbish and other materials resulting from demolition of>erations from 
building site. Transport and legally dispose of materials off site. 

If hazardous materials are encountered during demolition operations, comply 
vith applicable regijilations, lavs, and ordinances concerning removal, 
handling and protection against exposure or environmental pollution. 

Burning of removed materials is not permitted on project site. 

CLEAN-UP AND REPAIR 

Upon completion of demolition vorK. remove tools, eqidpment and demolished materials 
from site. Remove protection? and lea'\'e interior areas broom clean. 

Repair demolition performed m excess of that required. Return structures and stM'faces 
to remain to condition existing prior to commencement of selective demolition T/ork. 
Repair adjacent construction or surfaces soiled or damaged by selective demolition 
vork. 



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SECTION 02200 - EARTHWORK 

PART 1 - GENERAL 

RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General end Supplementary 
Conditions and Division 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. 

SUMMARY 

This Section incltJdes the follo'wing: 

Pret>aring of subgrade for building slabs, ^valks, ramps, and pavements. 

Drainage fill course for support of building slabs is included as part of this 
vork. 

Excavating and baclcfilling of trenches vithin building lines. 

Excavating and backfilling for un<terground mechanical and electrical utilities 
and burled mechanical and electrical appurtenances. 

Excavating and Backfilling for Mechafiic-al /Electrical York . Refer to Divisions 15 and 
16 sections for excavation and backfill required in conjunction vith un<terground 
mechanical and electrical utilities and burled mechanical and electrical 
appurtenances. 

Final Grading, together ^th placement and preparation of topsoil for lavns and 
planting, is specified in Division 2 Section, "Landscape ¥ork." 

DEEINITIQHS 

Excavation consists of removal of material encountered to subgra<te elevations indicated 
and subsequent disposal of materials removed. 

Unauthorized excavation consists of removal of materials beyond indicated subgrade 
elevations or dimensions vithout specific direction of Architect. Unauthorized 
excavation, as veil as remedial vork directed by Architect, shall be at Contractor's 
expense. 

Under footings, foundation bases, or retaining vails, fill unauthorized 
excavation by extending indicated bottom elevation of footing or base to 
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may be used to bring elevations to proper position, vhen acceptable to 
Architect. 

In locations other than those above, backfill and compact unauthorized 
excavations as specified for authorized excavations of same classification, unless 
otherEise directed by Architect. 

Additional Excavation : Vhen excavation has reached required subgrade elevations, 
notify Architect, Ts^ho vill make an inspection of conditions. If Architect <tetermines 
that bearing materials at required subgrade elevations are xmsuitable, continiK 
excavation until suitable bearing materials are encountered and replace excavated 
material as directed by Architect. The Contract Sum may be adjusted by an appropriate 
Contract Modification. 

Removal of unsuitable material and its replacement as directed ■vill be paid on 
basis of Conditions of the Contract relative to changes in -vork. 

Subgrade : The undisturbed earth or the compacted soil layer immediately belov 
graniilar subbase, drainage fill, or topsoil materials. 

Structi^ire : Buildings, foundations., slabs, tanks, curbs, or other man-made stationary 
featiwes occurring abow or belov ground surface. 

SUEMIHALS 

Test Ret>orts : Soil testing services shall be provided by the Ovner. The Owner's testing 
agency shall submit the folloving reports directly to Architect, vith copy to 
Contractor: 

Test reports on borrov material. 

Verification of suitability of each fcwting subgrade material, in accordance vith 
specified reqtMrements. 

field reports; in-place soil density tests. 

One optimum moisture-maximum density curve for each type of soil 
encoiintered. 

Report of actual unconfined compressive strength and /or results of bearing 
tests of each strata tested. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Codes and Standards : Perform excavation ■work in compliance vith applicable 
requirements of authorities having jurisdiction. 



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Testing end Inspection Service : Ovner vill employ and pay for a qualified indepen<tent 
geotechnical testing and inspection laboratory to perform soil testing and inspection 
service during earth vork ooerations. 



service during earth vork operations 



Testing Laboratory Qualifications: To qualify for acceptance, the geotechnical testing 
laboratory must demonstrate to Architect's satisfaction, based on evaluation of 
laboratory-submitted criteria conforming to ASTM E 699, tjiat it has the experience and 
capability to conduct required field and laboratory geo-technical testing without 
delaying the progress of the Work. 



PROIECTCOHDITIQHS 

Site Information : Data in subsurface investigation reports ves used for the basis of the 
design and are available to the Contractor for information only. Conditions are not 
intended as representations or -varranties of accuracy or continuity betveen soil 
borings The Oi^'ner Tidll not be responsible for interpretations or conclusions dravn 
from this data by Contractor. 

Additional test borings and other exploratory operations may be performed by 
Contractor, at the Contractor's option; ho'S'ever, no change in the Contract Sum 
vill be authorised for such additional exploration. 

Existing Utilities : Locate existing underground utilities in areas of excavation vork. If 
utilities arc indicated to remain in place, prmridc a<teqtjate means of stipport and 
protection during earthwork operations 

Should uncharted, or incorrectly charted, piping or other utilities be 
encountered during exca^icition, consult utility ovner immediately for 
directions. Cooperate vith Ovner and utility companies in keeping respective 
services and facilities in operation. Repair damaged utilities to satisfaction of 
utility ovner. 

Demolish and completely remove from site existing un<terground utilities 
indicated to be removed. Coordinate vith utility companies for shutoff of 
services if lines are active. 

Use of Explosives: Use of explosives is not permitted. 

Protection of Persons and Property : Barrica<te open excavations occurring as part of 
this vork and post vith vaming lights. 

Operate varning lights as recommended by authorities having jurisdiction. 

Protect structures, utilities, sidevalks, pavements, and other facilities from 
^temage caused by settlement, lateral movement, undermining, vashout, and 
other hazai'ds created by earth vork operations. 



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Perform excavation by hand vithin drip line of large trees to remain. Protect 
root systems from damage or dryout to the greatest extent possible. Maintain 
moist condition for root system and cover exposed rcots vith moistened burlap). 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

SOIL MATERIALS 

Satisfactory soil materials are defined as those complying vith ASTM D2487 soil 
classification groups G¥. GP, GM, SM, S¥, and SP. 

Unsatisfactory soil materials are defined as those complying vith ASTM D2487 soil 
classification groiips GC, SC, ML, MH, CL, CH, OL, OH, and PT. 

Subbase Material : Naturally or artificially graded mixture of natural or crushed gravel, 
crushed stone, crushed slag, and natui'al or crushed sand. 

Drainage Fill : ¥8shed, evenly graded mixture of crushed stone, or crushed or 
uncrushed gravel, -^ith ICwJ percent passing a 1-1/2 inch sieve and not more than 5 
percent passing a No. 4 sieve. 

Backfill and Fill Materials : Satisfactory soil materials free of clay, rock or gravel larger 
than 2 inches in any dimension, debris, vaste, frozen materials, vegetation and other 
deleterious matter. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 
EXCAVATION 

Excavation is unclassified and includes excavation to subgrade elevations indicated, 
regardless of character of materials and obstructions encountered. 

STABILITY OF EXCAVATIONS 

General : Comply vith local codes, ordinances, and requirements of agencies having 
jurisdiction. 

Slope sides of excavations to comply vlth local codes, ordinances, and reqiiirements of 
agencies having jurisdiction Shore and brace '^ere sloping is not possible because of 
space restrictions or stability of material excavated. Maintain sides and slopes of 
excavations in safe condition until completion of backfilling. 

Shoring end Bracing : Provide materials for shoring and bracing, such as sheet piling, 
uprights, stringers, and cross braces, in good serviceable condition. Maintain shoring 

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and bracing in excavations regardless of time period excavations vill be open. Extend 
shoring and bracing as excavation progresses. 

Provide permanent steel sheet piling or presstire-creosoted timber sheet piling 
vherever subsequent removal of sheet piling might permit lateral movement of 
soil under adjacent structures. Cut off tops a minimum of 2-6" belov final grate 
and leave permanently in place. 

DE¥ATERIHG 

Prevent surface lyater and subsurface or ground T«rater from floving into excavations 
and from flooding project site and surrounding area. 

Do not alloy vater to accumulate in excavations. Remove vater to prevent 
softening of foundation bottoms, undercutting footings, end soil changes 
detrimental to stability of subgrades and foundations. Provi<te and maintain 
pumps, yell points, sumps, suction and discharge lines, and other devatering 
system cximponents necessary to convey yater ayay fixrm excavations. 

Establish and maintain temporary drainage ditches and other diversions outsi<te 
exca\'ation limits to convey rain ^'ater and wtiXer removed from exca^'ations to 
collecting or runoff areas. Do not use trench excavations as temporary 
drainage ditches. 

STORAGE OF EXCAVATED MATERIALS 

Stockpile excavated materials acceptable for backfill and fill yhere directed. Place, 
grade, and shape stockpiles for proper drainage. 

Locate and retain soil materials ayay from edge of excavations. Do not store 
yithin drip line of tre-es indicated to remain. 

Dispose of excess excavated soil material and materials not acceptable for tjse as 
backfill or fill. 

EXCAVATION EOR STRUCTURES 

Conform to elevations and dimensions shoyn yithin a tolerance of plus or minus 0.10 
foot, and extending a sufficient distance from footings and foundations to permit 
placing and removal of concrete formyork, installation of services, and other 
constrtKtion and for inspection. 

Excavations for fcwtings and foundatiQi:ts : Do not distui'b bottom of excavation. 
Excavate by hand to final grade just before concrete reinforcement is placed. 
Trim bottoms to required lines and grades to leave solid base to receive other 
york. 



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Excavation for Underground Tanks. Basins, said Mechamical or Electrical 
Structures : Conform to elevations and dimensions indicated T/ithin a tolerance 
of plus or minus 0.10 foot; plus a sufficient distance to permit placing and 
removal of concrete formvork.. installation of services, and other construction 
end for inspection. Do not disturb bottom of excavations, inten<ted for bearing 
stirface. 

EXCAVATION FOR PAVEMENTS 

Cut surface under pavements to comply viXh cross-sections, elevations and grades as 
indicated. 

TRENCH EXCAVATION FOR PIPES AND CONDUIT 

Excavate trenches to uniform -yidth, sufficiently "vide to provide ample -forking room 
and a minimum of 6 to 9 inches of clearance on both sides of pipe or conduit. 

Excavate trenches and conduit to depth indicated or required to establish indicated 
slof>e and invert elevations and to support bottom of pipe or conduit on tm disturbed soil. 
Beyond building perimeter, excavate trenches to allov installation of top of pipe belov 
frost line. 

Vhere ro<:k is encountered, carry excavation 6 inches belov required elevation 
and backfill Ti'ith a 6-inch layer of crushed stone or gravel prior to installation 
of pipe. 

For pipes or conduit less than 6 inches in nominal size, and for Hat-bottomed, 
multiple-duct conduit units, do not excavate beyond indicated depths. Hand- 
excavate bottom cut to accurate elevations and support pipe or conduit on 
undisturbed soil. 

For pipes and equipment 6 inches or larger in nominal size, shape bottom of 
trench to fit bottom of pipe for 90 degrees (bottom 1/4 of the circtimference). 
Fill depressions '^tith t8mf>ed sand backfill. At each pipe joint, dig bell holes to 
relieve pipe bell of loads ensure continiwtK bearing of pipe barrel on bearing 
surface. 

COLD VEATHER PROTECTION 

Protect excavation bottoms against fre-ezing vhen atmospheric temperature is less than 
35 degrees F. 

BACKFILL AND FILL 

General . Place soil material in layers to required subgrade elevations, for each area 
classification listed belov, using materials specified in Part 2 of this Section. 



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Under grassed ereas. use satisfactory excavated or txjrrov material. 

Under valks and t>avements, use subbase material, satisfactory excavated or 
borrov material, or a combination. 

Under steps, use subbase material. 

Under building slabs, use drainage fill material. 

Under t>iDing and conduit and equipment, use subbase materials "liiere 
required over rock bearing surface and for correction of unauthorized 
excavation. Shape excavation bottom to fit t>ottom 90 <tegrees of cylinder. 

Backfill trenches 'with concrete vhere trench excavations pass vithin 18 
inches of column or vail footings and that are carried belov bottom of such 
footings c<r that pass under "wall footings. Place concrete to level of bottom of 
adjacent footing. 

Concrete is specified in Division J. 

Do not backfill trenches until tests and insf>ections have been made and 
backfilling is authorized by Architect. Use care in backfilling to avoid 
damage or displacement of pipe systems. 

Provide 4-inch-thick concrete base slab sitpport for piping or conduit less than 
2 "-6" belov surface of rostdvays. After installation and testing of piping or 
conduit, provide minimum 4-inch-thiok encasement (sides and top) of concrete 
prior to backfilling or placement of roadvay subbase. 

Backfill excavations as promptly as vork permits, but not until completioii of the 
following: 

Acceptance of construction belov finish grade including, vhere applicable, 
<tempproofing, 'waterproofing, end perimeter insulation. 

Inspection, testing, approval, and recording locations of un<terground utilities 
have been performed and recorded. 

Removal of concrete formvork. 

Removal of shoring and bracing, and backfilling of voids vitli satisfactory 
materials. Cut off temporary sheet piling driven belov bottom of strx»ct\ires and 
remove in manner to prevent settlement of the structure or utilities, or leave in 
place if required. 

Remo'val of trash and debris from exca^'ation . 



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Permanent or temporary horizontal bracing is in place on horizontally 
si^ported veils. 

PLACEMENT AND COMPACTION 

Ground Surface Preparation . Remove vegetation, debris, imsatisfactory soil materials, 
obstructions, and deleterious materials from grotmd surface prior to placement of fills. 
Plov strip, or breaK up sloped surfaces steeper than 1 vertical to 4 horizontal so that fill 
material vill bond vith existing surface. 

Vhen existing ground surface has a density less than that specified under 
"Compaction" for particular area classification, breaK up ground surface, pulverize, 
moisture-condition to optimum moisture content, and compact to required <tepth and 
percentage of maximum density. 

Place backfill and fill materials in layers not more than 8 inches in loose <tepth for 
material compacted by hea-'/y compaction equipment, and not more than 4 inches in 
loose depth for material compacted by hand-oi>erated tampers. 

Before compaction, moisten or aerate each la'i'^r as necessary to provide optimiun 
moisture content. Compact each layer to required percentage of maximtim dry density 
or relative dry density for each area classification. Do not place backfill or fill material 
on surfaces that are muddy, frozen, or contain frost or ice. 

Place backfill and fill materials e^'enly adjacent to structures, piping, or conduit to 
required elevations F>revent vedging action of backfill against structures or 
displacement of piping or conduit by carrying material uniformly around structure, 
piping, or conduit to approximately same elevation in each lift. 

Control soil and fill compaction, providing minimum percentage of <tensity specified 
for each area classification indicated belov. Correct improperly compacted areas or 
lifts as directed by Architect if soil density tests indicate inadequate compaction. 

Percentage of Maximum Density Requirements: Compact soil to not less than the 
foUo^ng percentages of maximum (tensity, in accordance vith ASTM D 1557: 

Under strtx^tures. bi3ilding slabs and steps, and pavements, compact top 
12 inches of subgrade and each layer of backfill or fill material at % 
percent maximum density. 

Under lavn or unpaved areas, compact top 6 inches of subgrade and 
each layer of backfill or fill material at 90 percent maximum density. 

Under -yalkways, compact top 6 inches of subgrade and each layer of 
backfill or fill material at 95 percent maximum density. 

Moisture Control : ¥here subgrade or layer of soil material must be moisture 
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layer of soil material. Apply vater in minimum quantity as necessary to 
pre\'ent free v&ter from appearing on surface during or subsequent to 
compaction operations. 

Remove and ret>lace, or scarify and air dry, soil material that is too vet to 
permit compaction to specified density. 

Stockpile or spread soil material that has been removed because it is tew 
vet to permit compaction. Assist drying by discing, harroving. or 
pulverizing until moisture content is reduced to a satisfactory value. 

GRADING 

General : Uniformly grade areas vithin limits of grading under this section, inclt*3ing 
adjacent transition areas. Smooth finished stjrface vithin specified tolerances, 
compact vitli uniform leYels or slopes betveen points vhere elevations are indicated, 
or betTi'een such points and existing grades. 

Grading Outside Building Lines : Grade areas adjacent to building lines to drain avay 
from structures and to prevent ponding. Finish surfaces free from irregular surface 
changes and as follo^'S: 

Ls.'wn or Unpaved Areas : Finish areas to receive topsoil to within not more than 
0.10 foot above or belov req\«red subgrade elevations. 

Valks: Shape surface of areas ijnder valks to line, grade and cross-section, vith 
finish surface not more than 0.10 foot above or belov required subgrade 
ele's/a.tion. 

Pavements: Shape sui'face of areas under pavement to line, grade, aiid cross- 
section, vith finish surface not more than 1 /2 inch above or belov required 
subgrade ele^fation. 

Grading Surface of Fill Under Building Slabs : Grade smooth and even, free of voids, 
compacted as specified, and to required elevation. Provi<te final grades vithin a 
tolerance of 1 /2 inch vhen tested vith a 10-foot straightedge. 

Compaction : After grading, compact subgrade surfaces to the depth and indicated 
percentage of maximum or relative <tensity for each area classification. 

PAVEMENT SUBEASE COURSE 

General: Subbase course consists of placing subbase material, in layers of specified 
thickness, over subgrade surface to support a pavement base cotirse. 

Refer to other Di\'ision 2 sections for paving specifications. 



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&rade Coiitrol : During construction, madntadn lines and grades including crovn and 
cross-slope of subbase course. 

Placing: Place subbase course material on prepared subgrade in layers of uniform 
thickness, conforming to indicated cross-section and thickness. Maintain optimxim 
moisture content for compacting subbase material during placement operations. 

Vhen a compacted subbase course is indicated to be 6 inches thick or less, place 
material in a single layer. ¥hen indicated to be more than 6 inches thick., place 
material in equal layers, except no single layer more than 6 inches or less than 
3 inches in thickness vhen compacted. 

FIELD QUALITY CONTROL 

Quality Control Testing During Construction : AUov Owner's testing service to inspect 
and approve each subgrade and fill layer before further backfill or construction vork 
is performed. 

Q^yner's testing service shall t>erfoi'm field density tests in ©ccordaiice Tidth 
ASTM D1556 (sand cone method) or ASTM D2167 (rubber balloon method), as 
applicable. 

Field density tests may also be performed by the niKlear method in 
accordance vith ASTM D2922, providing that calibration curves are 
periodically checked and adjusted to correlate to tests performed using 
ASTM D 556. In conjunction vith each density calibration check, check 
the calibration curves furnished "vith the moisture gages in accordance 
vith ASTM D 3017. 

If field tests ai'e performed using nuclear methods, malce calibration 
checks of both density and moisture gages at beginning of vork, on 
each different type of material encountered, and at intervals as directed 
by the Architect. 

Footing Subgrade : For each strata of soil on -c^ich footings vill be placed, 
perform at least one test to verify required design bearing capacities. 
Subsequent verification and approval of each fcwting subgra<te may be based on 
a visijal comparison of each subgrade vith related tested strata vhen 
acceptable to Architect. 

Paved Areas and Building Slab Subgrade : Perform at least one field density 
test of subgrade for every 2,000 sq ft. of paved aree. or building slab, but in no 
case fever that three tests. In each compacted fill layer, perform one field 
density test for every 2,(X0 sq. ft. of overlaying building slab or paved area but 
in no case fever than three tests. 

Foundation ¥all Backfill: Perform at least tvo field density tests at locations and 
elevations as directed. 



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If in ofinion of Architect, based on testing service reports and inspection, 
subgrade or fills that have been placed are belov specified (tensity, perform 
additional compaction and testing until specified density is obtained. 

EROSION CONTROL 

Provide erosion control methods in accordance vith requirements of authorities 
having jurisdiction. 

MAINTENANCE 

Protection of Graded Areas : Protect nevly graded areas from traffic and erosion. Keep 
fj^e of trash and <tebris 

Repair and reestablish grades in settled, eroded, and rutted areas to specified tolerances. 

Reconditioning Compacted Areas : Vhere completed compac:ted areas are disturbed by 
subsequent construction oi>erations or adverse "ffeather, scarify surface, reshape, and 
compact to required density prior to further construction. 

Settling : ¥here settling is meastwable or observable at excavated areas during general 
project varranty period, remove surface (pavement, lavn. or other finish), add 
backfill material, compact, and replace surface treatment. Restore ftppectfonce, quality, 
and condition of surface or finish to match adjacent vork. and eliminate evidence of 
restoration to greatest extent possible. 

DISPOSAL OF EXCESS AND ¥ASTE MATERIALS 

Removal from Qvner's Property : Remove Traste materials, including unacceptable 
excavated material, trash, arid debris, and dispose of it oft O^Tier 's property. 



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SECTION 02 Sn - ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVING 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dravings arid general provisions of Contract, inclijding General and Supplementary 
Conditions and Di^asion-l Specification sections, 8$>ply to vork of this section. 

DESCRIPTIOHOrVORK 

Extent of asphalt concrete paviiig vork is shovn on dra'^ngs. 

Prepared aggregate sut>t>ase is specified in earth ^-ork sections, 

SUBMITTALS 

Material Certificates : Pro's'ide copies of materials certific:ates signed by material 
producer and Contractor, certifying that each material item complies vith, or exceeds, 
specified requirements. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Codes ai'id Standards : Comply vith City of Boston highway or transportation department 
standard specifications, latest edition, and vith local governing regulations if more 
stringent than herein specified. 

SITE CONDITIONS 

Weather Limitations : Apply prime and tack coats vhen ambient temperature is above 
50 deg.F (10 deg.C), and vhen temperature has not been belov '35 deg.F (1 deg.C) for 12 
hotars immediately prior to application. Do not apply vhen base is vet or contains an 
excess of moisture. 

Construct asphalt concrete surface course vhen atmospheric temperature is above 40 
deg.F (4 deg.C), and vhen base is dry. Base course may be placed vhen air temperature 
is above 30 deg. I (-1 deg.C) and rising. 

Grade Control: Establish and maintain required lines and elevations. 



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PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

MATERIALS 

Creneral : Use locally available materials and gra<3ations vhich exhibit a satisfactory 
record of pre^'ious installations. 

Base and Binder Course Aggregate : Sound, angular crtished stone, crushed gravel or 
crushed slag, sand, stone or slag screenings. 

Uncrushed grawl may be tised in base course mixture if required to suit local 
material a^'ailability 

Surface Course Aggregate : Crushed stone, cri^shed gra-v'el, crushed slag, and sharp- 
edged natm'al sand 

Ssnd prepared from stone, blast-furnace slag, or gravel, or combinations 
thereof may be used if required to suit local material availability. 

AsbhalT Cement : AASHTO M 226 (ASTM D 3381 ) for viscosity-graded material and AASHTO 
M 20 (ASTM D 946) for penetration-graded material. 

Prime Coat : Cut-back asphalt tyi>e; AASHTO M 82 (ASTM D 2027) MC-30, MC-TO or MC-250. 

Tack Coat : Emulsified asphalt, AASHTO M 140 (ASTM I> 997) or M 208 (D 2397); SS-1, SS-lh, 
CSS-1 or CSS-lh, diluted vith one pain -^"ater to one part emulsified asphalt. 

ASPHALT- AGGREGATE MIXTURE 

Provide plant-mixed, hot-laid asphalt-aggregate mixture complying T^ith ASTM D 3!>15 
and as recommended by local paving authorities to suit project conditions. 



PART % - EXECUTION 
SURE ACE PREPARATION 

Remove loose material from compa-cted subbase surface immediately before applying 
prime coat. 



Proof roll prepared subbase surface to checK for imstable areas and areas requiring 
additional compaction. 

Notify;- Contractor of vmsatisfactory conditions. Do not begin pa'^/ing vork until 
deficient subbase areas have been corrected and are ready to receive paving. 



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Prime Coat . Aj^ply at rate of 020 to 0.50 gel. per sq. yd., over compacte'd subgrade. 
Apply material to penetrate arid seal, but not flood, surface. Ciore and dry as long as 
necessary to attain penetration and evaporation of volatile. 

Tack Coat: Apply to contact surfaces of previously constructed asphalt or portland 
cement concrete and surfaces abutting or projecting into asphalt concrete pa.vement. 
Distribute at rate of O.Oj to 0.15 gal. per sq. yd. of surface. 

Allov to dry until at proper condition to receive paving. 

Exercise care in applying bituminous materials to avoid smearing of adjoining concrete 
surfaces. Remove and clesn damaged surfaces. 

PLACING MIX 

General : Place asphalt concrete mixture on prepared surface, spread and strike-off. 
Spread mixture at minimum temperature of 225 deg.F (107 deg.C). Place inaccessible aiid 
small are85 by hand. Place each course to reqioired grade, cross-section, and compacted 
thickness. 

Pa^^r Placing : Place in strips not less than 10' vide, unless otherwise acceptable to 
Architect. After first strip has been placed and rolled, place succeeding strips and 
extend rolling to overlap previotjs strips. Complete each coiirse before succeeding 
surface course. 

.joints : Mal;e joints betii'-een old and nev pavements or befs'een successi^^ da^/T' "s-ork, 
to ensure continuous bond betveen adjoining vork. ConstnK:t joints to have same 
texture, density and smoothness as other sections of asphalt concrete course. Clean 
contact surfaces and apply tack coat. 

ROLLING 

General : Begin rolling vhen mixture vill bear roller veight '^'ithout excessive 
displacement. 

Compact mixture Ti'ith hot hand tampers or vibrating plate compactors in areas 
inaccessible to rollers. 

Break dovn Rolling : Accomplish breakdown or initial rolling immediately following 
rolling of joints and outside edge. Check surface after breakdovn rolling, aiid repair 
displaced areas by loosening and filling, if required, vith hot material. 

Second Rolling : Folio v breakdoim rolling as soon as possible, vhile mixture is hot. 
Contintie second rolling until mixture has been thoroughly compacted. 



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Finish Rolling : Perform finish rolling vhile mixture is still varm enoi^h for removal 
of roller marks. Continue rolling until roller marks are eliminated and coxwse has 
attained maurimum density. 

Patching : Remove and replace paving areas mixed vith foreign materials and 
defective areas. Cut-out stKh areas and fill vith fresh., hot asphalt concrete. Compact 
by rolling to maximum surf see density and smocithness. 

Protection : After final rolling., do not permit vehiotilar traffic on pavement until it has 

cooled and hardened. 

Erect barricades to protect paving from traffic until mixtui'e has cooled enotjgh not to 
become mstrked. 

riELD QUALITY CnHTROL 

General : Test in-place asphalt concrete courses for compliance -sath requirements for 
thickness end surface smoothness Repair or remove aiid replace unacceptable paving 
as directed by Architect. 

Thickness : In-place compacted thickness vill not be acceptable if exceeding folioving 
edlova.ble variation from required thickness: 

Base Course : 1 /2", pkk? or minus 

Binder end Surface Course : 1 Z't".. plus or mini.k^. 

Surface Smoothness : Test finished surface of each asphalt concrete course for 
smoothness, using 10' straightedge applied parallel vith, and at right angles to 
c^nterline of pa^'«d area. Surfaces vill not be acceptable if exceeding the following 
toleraiices for smoothness 

Base and Binder Course Surface : 1/4". 

¥earing Course Surface : 3/16"- 

CroTmed Surfaces : Test vith cro'wned template centered and at right angle to 
a'ovn. Maximum allowable variance from template, 1/4". 

Check surface ai'eas at intervals as directed by Architect. 
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SECTION 02S20 - PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE PAVING 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dra^i'ings and genersl provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary 
Conditions and Division 1 Specification Sections, apply to this section. 

SUMMARY 

Extent of portlat^d cement concrete paving is shovn on drai^-ings, including curl., 
gutters, valkvays.. and pavement. 

Prepared subcase is specified in "Earthwork" section. 

Concrete and related materials ere specified in Di'^'ision 3- 

■Toint fillers and sealers are specified in Division 7. 

SUBMITTALS 

Provide samples, manufacturer's prodix:t data, test reports, and materials' certifica.tions 
as required in referenced sections for concrete and joint fillers and se.alers. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Codes and Standards: Comply Tvlth lo<;al governing regulations if more stringent than 
herein specified. 

.TOE CONDITIONS 

Traffic Control : Maintain access for vehicular and pedestrian traffic as required for 
other construction activities. 

Cciordinate "with requirements for "Temporary Facilities" specified in Division 1. 



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PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

MATERIALS 

forms : Steel vc>od, or other suitaWe material of size and strength to resist movement 
dwing concrete p-lacement ai'id to retain horizontal and vertical alignment until 
remo^'al. Use straight forms, free of distortion and defects. 

Use flexible spring steel forms or laminated boards to form radius bends as 
required. 

Coat forms -with a nonstaining form release agent that -^all not discolor or deface 
surface of concrete. 

Welded ¥ire Mesh : ¥elded plain cold-dra'wn steel vire fabric, ASTM A 185. 

Furnish in flat sheet;;, not rolls, utiless otherwise acceptable to Architect. 

Reinforcing: Bar: Deformed steel bai's, ASTM A 615, Grade 60. 

Fabricated Bar Mats : ¥elded or clip-assembled steel bar or rod mats, ASTM A 184. Use 
ASU.I A 61!., Ctrade 60 steel bars, unless otherT/ise indicated. 

loint DoTv^l Eat-s Plain steel bai's, ASTM A 61j, &rade 60. Cut bai's true to length vith 
ends square and free of burrs . 

Concrete Materials : Comply ^'ith requirements of Section Ci'3310 for concrete materials, 
admixtui-es, bonding materials, curing materials, and others as required. 

Exi>ansion .joint Materials : Comply \nxh requirements of applicable Division 7 sections 
for preformed expansion joint fillers and sealers. 

Antispallin.g Compoufid : Combination of boiled linseed oil and mineral spirits, 
complying '?;'ith A ASHTO M-233 • 

CONCRETE MIX, DESI&N, AND TESTING 

Comply vith reqviirements of applicable Division 3 sections for concrete mix design, 
sampling and testing, and quality control and as herein specified. 

Design mix to produce normal-'?reight concrete consisting of Portland cement, 
aggregate, vater-reducmg or high-range vater-reducing admixture 
(sui>erplastici2er), air-entraining admixtt^re, and 'vater to produce the follo'^ing 
properties: 

Compressive Strength : 3ChjO psi, minimum at 28 d9.ys, unless otherwise 
indicated. 



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Slumf Limit : 8 inches minimum for concrete containing high-range vater- 
redticing admixture (superplastici2er); 3 inches for otlier concrete. 

Air Content : 5 to 8 percent. 

¥ater-Cement Platio: 0.4^. 



PART ^> - EXECUTION 
SURFACE PREP APi AT ION 

Remo^'e loo£e materiel from compacted subbase surface immediately before placing 

concrete. 

Proof-roll prepared subbs^e surface to check for imstable areas and need for 
additic>nfil compaction. Do not begin pa^'ing 'S'ork until such conditions have been 
corrected and are ready to recei'^/Te paving. 

FORM CONSTRUCTION 

Set forms to required grades and lines, braced and sectored. Install forms to allov 
continuous progress of litirk and so that forms can remain in place at least 24 hours 
after concrete placement. 

Check completed form'^'ork for grade and alignment to foUoTring tolerances: 

Top of forms not more than 1 /8 inch in 10 feet. 

Vertical face on longitudinal axis., not more than 1 /4 inch in 10 feet. 

Clean forms after each use arid coat -^"ith form release agent as required to ensure 
separation from concrete vithout dame^e. 

Slope step treads at 1 /4 inch per foot to drain. 

REINFORCEMENT 

Locate, place, and support reinforcement as specified in Division 3 sections, unless 
other-vise indicated. 

CONCRETE PLACEMENT 

Creneral : Comply Tsdth requirements of Division 3 sections for mixing and placing 
concrete., and as herein specified. 



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Do nut Place concrete until subbase and forms have been checked for line and grade. 
Moisten subbaee if required to provide a uniform dampened condition at time concrete 
is placed. Do not place concrete around manholes or other structures until they are at 
required finish elevation and alignment. 

Place concrete by methods that prevent segregation of mix. Consolidate concrete along 
face of forms arid adjacent to transverse joints vith internal vibrator. Keep vibrator 
a'S's.y from joint assemblies, reinforcement, or side forms. Use only square-faced 
shovels for hand-spreading and consolidation. Consolidate vith care to prevent 
dislocation of reinforcing., do'^'els.. and joint devices. 

Use bonding agent at locations vhere fresh concrete is placed against hardened or 
partially hardened concrete surfaces. 

Deposit and spread concrete in acontintjous operation bet-^-een transverse joints as far 
as possible If interrupted for more than 1 /2 hour, place a ccmstruction joint. 

Fabricated Bar Mats : Keep mats clean and free from excessi^^^ rust., and handle units to 
keep them flat and free of distortions. Straighten bends, kinks, and other irregularities 
or replace units ;as required before placement. Set mats for a minimum 2- inch overlap 
to adjacent mats. 

Pla'oe concrete in 2 op-erations; strike off initial poiw for entire vidth of 
placement and to the required depth belov finish surface. Lay fabricated bai' 
mats immediately in final position Place top layer of concrete, strike off, and 
screed 

Remove and replace portions of bottom layer of concrete that hsye been placed 
more than \j minutes without being covered by top layer or use bonding agent 
if acceptable to Architect. 

10IHT5 

General : Construct expansion, veakened-plane (contraction), and constrtx;tion joints 
true to hne -sith face perpendicular to surface of concrete. Construct transverse joints 
at right angles to the centerline, unless otherwise indicated. 

¥hen joining existing structures, place transverse joints to align 'with previously 
placed joints, unless other'wise indicated, 

Veakened-Plane (Contraction) .joints : FTovide Treakened-plane (contraction) joints, 
sectioning concrete into areas as shoT&Ti on drawings. Construct veakened-plane 
joints for a depth equal to at least 1 /4 concrete thickness, as folio's^: 

Tooled .Toints : Form veakened-plane joints in fresh concrete by grooving top 
portion -sith a recommeiided cutting tool and finishing edges vith a jointer. 



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Construction .Tcnnts : Place construction joints at end of placements and at locations 
■^'here placement operations are stopped for more than 1 /2 hoxa-, except -where such 
placements terminateat expansion joints. 

Construct joints as shovn or, if not shovn, tjse standard metal kevTray-section 
forms. 

¥here load transfer-slip dovel de'irices are used, install so that one end of each 
dowel bar is free to move. 

Expansion .loints : Provide premolded joint filler for expansion joints abutting concrete 
curbs, catch basins, manholes, inlets, structures, '^■alks, and other fixed objects, unless 
otherTi-ise indicated. 

Locate expansion joints at jO feet o.c. for each pavement laiie unless otherwise 
indicated 

Extend joint fillers full vidth and dei>th of joint, not less than 1 /2 inch or mor^ than 1 
inch below finished surface where joint sealer is indicated. If no joint sealer, plac* 
top of joint filler flitch with finished concrete surface. 

rurnish joint fillers in one-piece lengths for full width being placed wherever 
possible. Vhere more thari one length is required, lace or clip joint filler sections 
together. 

Protect top edge of joint filler during ccmcrete placement with a metal ca.p or other 
temporary material . Elemove protection after concrete has been placed on both sides 
of joint. 

Fillers and Sealants : Comply with requirements of applicable Division 7 sections for 
preparation of joints, materials, installation, and performance. 

CONCRETE EIHISHING 

After striking-off and consolidating concrete, smooth stirface by screeding and 
floating. Use hand methods only where mechanical floating is not possible. Adjust 
floating to compact surface and produce uniform texture. 

After floating, test siorface for trtjeness with a 10-ft. straightedge. Distribute concrete 
as required to remove surface irregularities, and refloat repaired areas to provide a 
continuous smooth finish. 

Work edges of slabs, gutters, back top edge of curb, and formed joints ^nxh an edging 
tool, and round to 1/2-inch radius, unless otherrrise indicated. Eliminate tool marks on 
concrete surface. 

After completion of floating and when excess moisture or surface sheen has 
disappeared, complete tro'^i'eling and finish surface as follo-^'-s: 



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Erocrta finish by dr&ii'ing a fine-heir broom across concrete siirface 
perpendiculai' to line of traffic. Repeat operation if required to provide a fine 
line texture acceptable to Architect. 

On inclined slab surface.s, provide a coarse, non-slip finish by scoring 
surface ^Vh a stiff -bristled broom., perpendicular to line of traffic. 

Do not remove forms for 24 hours after concrete has been placed. After form removal, 
clean ends of joints and pomt-up any minor honeycombed areas. Remove and replace 
areas or sections vitli major defects, as directed by Architect. 

CURING 



Protect aiid cure finished concrete {>8.ving in compliance '^ith applicable 
requirements of Division 3 sections. Use approved moist-curing methods. 

Antispelling Treatment : Apply treatment to concrete surfaces no sooner than 2S da-j's 
after placement, to clean., dry concrete free of oil, dirt, and other foreign material. 
Apply curing atid sealing compound at a maximum covera2:e rate of 300 si. per 
gallon. Apply antispalhng compound in 2 sprayed applications, first application at 
rate of 40 sq. yds. per gal.; second application, 60 sq. yds. per gallon. Alio'?/ complete 
drying bet^s-^en applications 

REPAIRS AND PROTECT lOHS 

Repair or replace broKen or defective cuncrete, as directed by Architect. 

Drill test cores vhere directed by Architect vhen nece.ss8ry to determine magnitude of 
cracks or defecti^'e arear^. Fill drilled core holes in satisfactory pe.^'ement areas vith 
Portland cement concrete bonded to pavement vith epoxy adhesive. 

Protect concrete from damage until acceptance of vork. Exclude traffic from 
pavement for at least 14 da^'^ after placement. ¥hen construction traffic is permitted, 
maintain pavement as clean as possible by removing surface stains and spillage of 
materials as they occur. 

ST/eep concrete pavement and "^rash free of stains, discolorations, dirt, and other 
foreign material just before final inspection. 



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SECTION 02666 - WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED E-OCUMENTS 

Drawings end general provisions of Contract including General and Supplementary 
Conditions and Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to vork of this section. 

DESCRIPTION OF ¥ORK 

Extent of '^•ater supply s'^nxemz vorlc is indicated on drawings and sche^Mes, and by 
requirements of this section . 

Refer to Di\'ision-2 section "Earth vork" for excavation and tacKfill required for 'vater 
supply systems; not ^■orl: of this section. 

Refer to Divisiofi-3 sections for concrete vork requii'ed for 'v^xer supply systems; not 
T/ork of this section. 

Refer to Di\'ision-lj section "Plumbing" for interior building s'j'stems including 
interior piping, fixtures, and equipment; not Tvnrk of this section 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Manufacturer's Qualifications : Firms regularly engaged in manufacturer of vater 
supply systems materials and products, of tyj>es and size.s required, vhose products have 
been in satisfactory use in similar service for not less thari 5 yeai's Furnish notarised 
affidavits from the manufacturer stating that all pipe meets the requirements of the 
specifications, has passed the manufacturer's inspection and has not been rejected for 
use in any other project. 

Codes and Standards : 

Plumbing Code Compliai:ice : Comply vith applicable portions of Common "health 
of Massachusetts State Plumbing Code pertaining to selection atid installation of 
potable vater s'j'stem materials and products. 

¥ater Purveyor Compliance : Comply vith requirements of the Boston Vater and 
Se^'er Commision, obtain reqiiired permits and inspections. 

SUBMITTALS 

Product Data : Submit manufacturer's technical product data and installation 
instructions for potable '^i'ater system materials and prodtKts. 



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ShQi> Dra-vings : Submit shop dra^ngs for Ti'S.ter supply systems, sho'S'ing piping 
materials, size., locations., and elevations. Include details of underground structures, 
connections, thrust blocks., and anchors. Shov interface and spatial relationship 
between piping and proximate structures. 

Record Dra-vings : At project closeout, submit record drawings of installed potable water 
system piping and products, in accordance vith requirements of Di'S'ision 1 . Drawings 
shall be complete and indicate tlie true measi.irements and locations, horizontal and 
vertical, of all nev construction. 

Maintenance Data : Submit maintenance data and parts list for potable water system 
materieds and products. Include this data, pro-duc^t data, shop drawings, and record 
drawings in maintenance manual; in accordance with requirements of Division 1 . 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

IDEHTinCATIOH 

Undergromid-TiT^e Plastic Line M^ar l:ers : Maiiufactui'er's standard permanent, bright- 
colored, continuous-printed plastic tape, intended for direct-bi«-ial se^-■,^ce.: not less 
tl-ian fci" ^idB x 4 mik thick. Provide blue ta.f.e with black printing reading. "CAUTIOH 
¥ATER LINE BURIED BELO¥". 

Manufacturers : Subject to compliance ^nxh requirements, pro'^^de plastic line 
markers of one of the following: 

Allen Systems Inc. 
Seton Name Plate Corp. 

PIPES AND PIPE FITTIH&S 

General : Provide piping materials and factory-fabricated piping products of sizes, 
types, pressure ratings, and capacities as indicated. ¥here not indicated, provide 
proper selection as determined by Installer to comply with installation requirements. 
Provide sizes and t'j'pes matching piping and equipment c-onnections; provide fittings 
of materials which match pipe materials used in "s/ater supply systems. ¥here more 
than one type of materials or products ore indicated, selection is Installer's option. 

Piping : Provide pipes of one of the following materials, of weight /class indicated. 
Provide pipe fittings and accessories of same material and weight /class as pipes, with 
joining method as indicated. 

Ductile-iron pipe shall be centrifugally cast conforming to the ANSI Standards for 
Ductile Iron Pipe, A21.51, latest revision, and as specified herein. The pipe shall be of 
the various sizes shown, thickness Class 52, American Standard for Ductile Iron Pipe, 



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and suitable for a vorking pressure of 200 psi. Push-on type joints, meeting ANSI 
A21.22 specifications., employing a single neoprene rubber gasket to effect the joint 
seal and shall be similar and the approved equal to the pipe as manufacttjred by the TiS. 
Pipe Co., or Clov. Each pipe joint shall be furnished with a minimum of X^vo (2) sets of 
tvo (2) bronze wedges. 

Exterior of all pipe shall be factory coated vith an approved bituminous coating 
and interior of all pipe shall be cement mortar lined in accordance vith ANSI 
21 .4 except thickness of mortar lining shall be not less and 1 /16-inch (standard) 
for up to 12-inch pip^- 

Pipes and connector pieces vhich connect to flanged valves shall have flanged 
ends. 

Pipe shall have cast upon them the class, class thickness designation, and the 
initials of tlie manufacturer. 

Ductile iron pipe fittings for use vith the ductile iron pipe specified abo^'e shall 
conform to the requirements of ANSI A21.10, latest re-shsion. Class 2j0, and as specified 
herein; except a^: other-^i-ise indicated, specified and /or directed, pipe fittings and 
specials shall har-re- push-on typ'C joints emplo->ring a single elongated groo^fed neoprene 
rubber gasket to effect the joint seal and shall be similar and the approved equal to the 
joint as manirfactured by U.S. Pipe and Foundry, American, or Clov. 

¥here indicated and/or directed, pipe fittings and specials shall hs.-^rp. flanged or 
mecharicial joint fittings. Mechanical type joints shall be used vhich comply 
wixh ANSI Specifications A21.il, latest edition. Joints shall have ductile iron 
retainer glands, lov alloy bolts and nuts, and plain rubber gaskets. 

Bituminous coating on exterior svirfaces of pipe fittings and specials and the 
cement-mortar lining on interior surfaces of pipe fittings and specials shall be 
provided as specified abo^JTe for the ductile iron pipe. Pipe fittings and specials 
shall have cast upon them the class and initials of the manufacturer. 

VALVES 

Gate Valves : Provide as indicated, gate valves, A¥VA C5(K), 200 psi "vorking pressure 
end a vater test pressure of 400 psi. Provide thre-aded, flanged, hub, or other end 
configurations to suit sise of valve and piping connection. Provide inside screv type 
for use T/ith curb valve box, iron body, bronze-movjnted, double disc, parallel seat, non- 
rising stem. Valves shall open to the left, that is counter clock-sise. 

Manufactm-ers : Subject to compliance with requirements, provide gate valves 
of one of the following. 

Clov Corp; Valve Div. 
Mueller Co. 
W.S.Roc.h'5'ellCo. 



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Body : The exterior surfaces of ell val^fes shall be coated ^Xh one application of 
T & U Tank Solution, by dipping, if possible, on a rust-free casting before 
shipment. The body ring must be free of tank solution paint. 

The valves shell be provided Tsith "0 " ring seals. The ring seal plate shall be 
fitted Ts-ith at leest t-sxi (2) "0" rings, tiie loTR-er "0" ring as the dirt seal. The 
<3esign of the vedve and seal plate shall be such that the seal plate can be fitted 
viti-i Nev "0" rings vhile the valve is under pressure in the fiolly open position. 
The "0" rings shall be Precision Rubber Produ<::ts Corporation Quality Compound 
Ho. 122-70 or approved equal. 

Valve Boxes : Each buried valve shall be provided vith a valve box. Valve boxes shall be 
of toi;gh even grain cast iron and of the adjustable, slip, heavy pattern tyf>e. They shall 
be so desigt:ied and constructed as to prevent the direct transmission of traffic loads to 
thepipeor vali,-'B. 

The upper or sliding section of the box shall be provided vith a flange having 
sufficient bearing area to prevent undue settlement. The lo-ver section of the 
box shall be designed to enclose the operating nut and stttffing box of the vedve. 
The boxes shall be adjustable through at least 6 iriches vertically without 
reduction of the lap between sections to less than 4 inches. 

Tlie inside diameter of boxes shall be at least 4 1 /2 inches aiid the lengths shall 
t>e es necessai'y for the depth of the \'8lvies with which the boxes are to be used. 

Covers shall be close fitting aiid substantially dirt tight. The top of the cover 
shall be flush Ts'ith the top of the box rim. An arrow and the wort: "open" to 
indicate the direction of turning to open the val\*e shall be cast in the top of the 
■xver. 

Furnish two (2) tee handle f/renches of sufficient length to permit ofweration of 
all buried val\'es, regai'dless of dej>th, by of>erators of average height working 
in normal positions. 

ACCESSORIES 

Anchorages : Provide anchorages for tees, wyes, crosses, pli^s, caps, bends, yslves, and 
hydrants. After installation, apply full coat of asphalt or other acceptable corrosion- 
retarding material to surfaces of ferrous anchorages. 

Clamt>s, Straps, and ¥ashers: Steel, ASTM A 506. 

Rods.; Steel, ASTM A :)75. 

Rod Couplings: Malleable-iron, ASTM A 197. 

Bolts: Steel, ASTM A 307. 



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Cogt-Iron Voshers . Gray-iron, ASTM A 126. 

Thrijgt Block;: : Concrete.. 2,jOO psi. end in accordance Tnth the provisions of 
Section 03310. 

TAPPING SLEEVES AND VALVES 

General : The Contractor shall furnish and install tapping sleeves and valves to mafce 
connections under service pressure to existing mains. Locations and size of tapping 
slee^'es and valvez are indicated on the DraTiangs. 

The tapping sleeves and valYes shall be installed with a suitable tapping 
machine by skilled workmen experienced in such vork. The tapping sleeves 
shall be of the bolted slee-re type caulked -nXh a poured connection to the 
existing mains and flaiiged end outlets for connection to the tapping valves. 
Tapping slee-\'es and relres shall be suitable for a cold ■^'ater Tv-orking pressure 
of 150 psi. The outlet flaiiges shall conform to the 12j Pound Americari 
Standard. Tapping sleeve and val'-re shall be as manufactured by Mueller Co., 
Decatui', Illinois., or approved equal. 



PART -^ - EXECUTION 
INSPECTION 

General : Examine areas and conditions under vhich potable vater system's materials 
aiid products ai'e to be installed. Do not proceed with work until unsatisfa'Ctory 
conditions hs^re been corrected in manner acceptable to Installer. 

INSTALLATION OE IDENTIFICATION 



General : During back-filling /top-soiling of undergrot.uid potable vater piping, install 
continuous underground- type plastic line markers, located directly over bui'ied lines at 
6" to 8" belov finished grade. 

INSTALLATION OF PIPE AND PIPE FITTINGS 



Dtxrtile-Iron Pipe : Install in accordance '^i'ith AV¥A C600 "Standard for Installation of 
Ductile- Iron ¥ater Mains aiid Their Appurtenances". 

Depth of Cover : Provide minimum cover over piping of five (5) feet. 

Water Main Connection : Tap Ti'ater main '^'ith size and in location as indicated, in 
accordance with requirements of the Boston Vater and Sewer Commission Pro\'ide 
curb vdl'-r^- and in curb box as indicated. 



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Matter Service Termination : Terminate potable Ti'ater piping 10-0" from building 
foimdation m location and invert as indicated. Provide temporary pipe pli^. for piping 
extension into building, by Trork of E'lvision 15. 

INSTALLATION OF VALVES 

GenergJ : Install valves as indicated vlth stems pointing up. Provide valve box over 
underground valves. 

FIELD QUALITY CONTROL 

Piping Tests : Condi.K;t piping tests before joints are co^'ered, aiid after thrvist blocks 
ha\re sufficiently hardened. Fill pipeline 24-hrs. prior to testing, and apply test 
pressiwe to stabilize s-j^stem. Use only potable -^raxer. 

Hydrostatic Tests : Test at not less than 1-1/2 times Ti'Xirking pressure for 2-hrs. 

Test fails if lealcaee exceeds 2-qts per hour per 100 gaskets or joints., irrespective 
of pipe diameter 

Increase pressure in V' psi increments and inspect each joint betveen 
increments. Hold at test pressure for one hour, decrease to psi. Slovly 
increase a^vain to test pressure and hold for one more hour. 

AD.PJSTINO AND CLEANING 

Disinfection of ¥ater Mains : Flush and disinfect in arccordance vith A¥¥A C601 
"St&iidard for Disinfecting ¥ater Mains " . 



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SECTION 02720 - DRAINAGE SYSTEMS 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

DraTifings end general pro^'isions of Contract including General and Supplementary 
Conditions and Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to work of this section. 

DESCRIPTIOHOF¥ORK 

Extent of drainag:e system; vorl: is indicated on drawings and schedules, and by 
reqiurements of this section. The vork of this section begins at a point lO'-O" outside of 
the outer building vail and includes all vork beyond that point. 

Refer to Divigion-2 section "Earthwork" for excavation and backfill reqmred for 
drainage systems; not work of this section. 

Refer to DivlsiQn-3 sections for concrete work required for drainage systems; not ^-ork 
of this section. 

Refer to Di^'islon-l^ section "Plumbing" for interior building s'^'stems incltiding 
conductors, horizontal brat;iches, at:id connections to roof and deck drains, not work of 
this section. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Manufacturer 's Qualifications : Firms regularly engaged in manufactui'e of drainage 
system's products of types, materials, and sizes required, whose products have t>e.en in 
satisfactory use in similar service for not less than 5 years. 

Codes and Standards 

Plumbing Code Comt'liarice : Comply mth applicable portions of Massachusetts State 
Plumbing Code pertaining to selection and installation of drainage system's materials 
arid products. 

Environmental Compliarice : Comply with applicable portions of local Environmental 
Agency regulations pertaining to drainage systems. 

SUBMITTALS 

Product Data : Submit manufacturers technical product data and installation 
instructions for drainage syv^xtm materials and products. 



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Shop Prayings : Submit shop drawings for <jrainage s'^'stems. shoving piping materials, 
size., locations, and invierts. Include details of underground structures, connections, 
and manholes. Shov interface and spatial relationship between piping and proximate 
structures. 

Record Drawings . At project closeout, submit record dra"wlngs of installed storm sevage 
piping and prodixts,. in accordance "^Jlth requirements of Division 1 . 

Mamtenarice Data : Submit maintenaiice data and parts lists for drainage system 
materials and products. Include this data, product data, shop drawings, and record 
dravings in maintenance manual; in accordance vith requiremet^ts of Division 1 . 

GRADES AND ELEVATIONS 

The dra^idngs indicate, in general, the alignment, in^-rerx and finished grade ele^^ations 
of all structures ai"id utilities. The Engineer, hovever, may make such adjustments in 
grades and alignment a^ are foiwid necessary in order to avoid interference and to 
adapt the utilities aiid piping to other special conditions encountered. 



PART 2 - product: 



IDENTIFICATION 



Underground-Type Plastic Line Markers : Manulacti^er's standai'd permanent, bright- 
colored, continiwiis-printed plastic tape, intended for direct-burial service; not less 
than 6" vide x 4 mils thick Pro'tAde green ta{>e vith black printing re.a<3ine "CAUTION 
SE¥ER LINE BURIED BELO¥". 

A^/ailable Manitfactiu-ers : Subject to compliaiice vith requirements, 
manufacti.;jrers offering identification markers vhich may be incorporated in 
tlie vork include, but are not limited to. the folloT;ing: 

Allen Systems Inc. 

Emed Co., Inc. 

Seton Name Plate Corp. 

PIPES AND PIPE FITTINGS 

General Provide pipes of one of the following materials, of 'veight/class indicated. 
Provide pipe fittings and accessories of same material end veight/class as pipes, vith 
joining method as indicated. 

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Sever Pipe : ASTMD 3034, Type PSM, SDR 35. 

Fittings : PVC, ASTM D 3034, solwnt cement joints complying vith ASTM D 28!>5 
using solvent cement comp^^ng vith ASTM D 2564; or elastomenc joints 



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comi>lyine vith ASTM D 3212 using elastomeric seals complying vith ASTH F 
477. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 
INSTALLATION OF IDENTIFICATION 

General : During back-filling /top-soiling of drainage systems., install continuous 
undergroitfid-type plastic line marKer, located directly over buried line at 6" to 8" 
belov finished grade. 

INSTALLATION OF PIPE AND PIPE FITTINGS 

General : Install piping in accordance liath governing authorities having jurisdiction 
including., but not limited to., the Boston ¥ater arid Sever Commission., except vhere 
more stringent reqiurements are indicated. 

Inspect pipin.g before installation to detect apparent defects. Merh defecti-s'T; materials 
•vith vhite paint and promptly remove from site. 

Lay fipin.g beginning at lov point of system, true to grades and alignment indicated., 
vith unbroKen continuity of invert. 

Place bell ends or groove ends of piping facing upstreaiu. 

Install gaslcets in accordance ^ath manufacturer's recommendations for use of 
lubricants, cements., and other special installation requirements 

Plastic Pipe : Install in accordance ^dth manufacturer's installation recommendations, 
and in accordance Tiith ASTM D 2321 . 

Cleaning Piping : Clean interior of piping of dirt and other superfltjujus material as 
work progresses. Maintain s'vsX? or drag in line and pull past each joint as it is 
completed. 

In large, eiccessible piping, brushes and brooms may be used for cle.8i:iing. 

Place plugs in ends of uncompleted c^snduit at end of day or vhenever '^•■Drk 
stops. 

Flush lines bet^/een manholes if required to remow. collected debris. 

foint Adaptors: Make joints betveen different tyi>es of pipe 'vith standard 
manufacttjred adapters and fittings intended for that purpose. 



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Interior Insoecticm : Inspect piping to 'deterffline vhether line displacement or other 
damage ha:? occurred 

Make inspections before connection to put>lic storm server. 

If inspection indicated poor alignment, debris, displaced pipe, infilti-ation or 
other defects, correct such defects, and reinspect. 

TAP CONNECTIONS 



MeJce connections to existing: piping and uriderground structijres, so that finished 
-work vill conform as nearly &- practicable to requirements specified for nevvork. 

lor branch connections from side into existing piping, cut opening into unit 
sufficiently large to edloT/ 3" of concrete to be packed around entering 
connections. Cut ends of connection passing through pipe or structure wall to 
ciji'iform to shape of and be flush vith insi^ie T.'all, unless otherwise indicated. 
On outside of pipe or structure vail, encase entering ■connection in 6" of 
concrete for minimum length of 12" to provide additional support or collar from 
<xinnection to uiidistm-bed groimd. 

Provide concrete vhicli vill attain minimum Z8-day compressl'^/'e 
strength of 3000 psi, unless other^/ise indicated. 

Use epoxy t>t:inding compound es interface bet'7;'eeii nev and existing 
concrete and piping materials. 

Take cere vhile malang tap connections to pre'^/ent concrete or debris from 
entering existing piping or structure Remove debris, concrete, or other 
extraneous material vhich may a^ccumulate. 

EACKFILLINCt 



General : Conduct backfill operations of open-cut trenches closely following laying, 
jointing, and bedding of pipe, and after initial inspection and testing are completed. 

FIELD QUALITY CONTROL 

Testing : Perform testing of completed piping in accordance vith local authorities 
having jui'isdiction. 



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SECTION 027:^0 - SANITARY SEWAGE SYSTEMS 

PART 1 - GENERAL 

RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Suf^plementary 
Conditions and Division- 1 Specification sections, a^ply to vork of this section. 

DESCRIPTIOHOFVORK 

Extent of sanitary se'^i^age systems vork is indicated on dra'<&"ings and schedtiles, and by 
requirements of this section. The vork of this section begins at a point lO'-O" outside of 
the outer building vail aiid includes all vork beyond that point. 

Refer to Division-2 section "Eai'thvcirk" for excavation and backfill reqiiired for 
sanitary se^/ase systems; not vork of this section . 

Refer to Division-? sections for concrete vork reqmred for sanitary sevage systems; 
not ^'ork of this section. 

Refer to Di^nsion-lS section "Plumbing" for interior building systems including drain, 
•vaste, atid ^nent piping; not vork of this section. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Mai'iuf acturer 's Qualifications : Firms regularly engaged in maiiulacture of sanitary 
se'^TQge system's products of tyi>es, materials, and sizes required, whose pr&duets have 
been in satisfactory use in similar service for not less than 5 years. 

Codes end Standai'ds : 

Plumbing Code ComMiance : Comply 'S'ith applicable portions of Common'S'ealth of 
Massachusetts State Plumbing Code pertaining to selection and installation of sanitai'y 
seTrage s-j'stem materials and products. 

SUBMITTALS 



Product Data : Submit manufacturer's technical product data and installation 
instructions for se'vage system materials and products. 

Shop Dra^angs : Submit shop dravings for sanitai'y sevage systems, shoving piping 
materials, size, locations, and inverts. Include details of underground structui'es, 
connections, and cleanouts. Shov interface and spatial relationship between piping 
and proximate structures. 



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Record Dra^angs : At project closeout, submit record drawings of installed sanitary 
5eT5'^e piping and prodxict?, in accordance T/ith requirements of Division 1 . 

Maintenance Data : Submit maintenance data and parts lists of sanitary.'- se-^rage s-jrstem 
materials arid prodix;ts. Include this data, prodvict data shop drawings, and record 
dravings in maintenance manual; in accordance vith requirements of Division 1 . 



PART 2 - PPXJDUCTS 

IDENTIFICATIQH 

Under grQund-Tvt:>e Plastic Line MarKers : Manufacturer s staiidai'd permanent., bright- 
colored, continuous-printed plastic tape, intended for direct-burial service, not less 
than 6" vide x 4 mils thick. Provide green tape vith black printing reading "CAUTION 
SE¥ER LINE BURIED BELO¥". 

A^'mlable Manitfacturer : Subject to compliance vit?i requirements, 
manufacturers offering identification markers vhich may be incorporated in 
the tttirk include, but are not limited to, the following: 

Allen S-j-tems, Inc. 

Eiued Co ., Inc . 

Seton Name Plate Corp. 

PIPES AND PIPE EITTINCtS 



General Provide pipes of one of the following materials, of veight /class indicated. 
Pro-'/ide pipe fittings ai:id accessories of same material and veight /class as pipes, vith 
joining method as indicated. 

Pol win vl Chloride (PVC) Sever Pioe : ASTM D 3034, Type PSM, SDR 35. 

Fittings : PVC, ASTM D 3034, solvent-cement joints complying ^'ith ASTM D 2855 
using soh'e^nt cement complying vith ASTM D 2564; or elastomeric joints 
complying vith ASTM D 3212 using elastomeric seals complying vith ASTM E 
477. 



PART '^ - EXECUTION 
INSTALLATION OF IDENTIFICATION 

(jeneral : Dioring back-filling /top-soiling of sanitary sevage systems, install 
continuous underground-t'jrpe plastic line marker, located directly over buried line at 
6" to 8 ■■ belo v finished grade . 

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IHSTALLATIQH OF PIPE AHD FITTIHGS 

General : Install piping in accordance -rith governing authorities having jurisdiction, 
except vhere more stringent reqijurements are indicated 

Inspect t>it>ing before installation to detect apparent defects. Mark defective materials 
vith vhite padnt and promptly remove from site. 

Lav t>it>ine beginning at lov point of system, true to grades and alignment indicated, 
vith unbroken continuity of irn'ert. 

Place bell ends or groo^'e ends of piping facing upstream. 

Install gaskets in accordance ^nxh manufacturer's recommendations for use of 
lubricants, cements, and other special installation requirements. 

Plestic Pipe Install in accordance ^-ith manufacturer's installation recommendations, 
and in accordance with ASTM D 2121 . 

Pipe shall be laid in the dry and at no time shall ^K-'ater in the trench t>e 
permitted to flo"^' into the seT.-"er. 

The pipe shall then be laid on the trench bedding as shovn on the Standard 
Trench Section (on the Drawings), and the spigot pushed home. Jointing shall 
be in accor'dai"ice ^nxh the manufacturer's instructions. The Contractor shall 
have on hand for each pipe-laying crev, the necessary tools, gauges, pipe 
cutters, etc. necessai'y to install the pipe in a vcirkmanlike manner Pipe la^'ing 
shall proceed upgrade vith spigot ends pointing in the direction of flow', imle-ss 
other'?/ise approved by the Architect. 

Blocking uiider the pipe vill not be permitted except vhere a concrete cradle is 
prof>osed, in vhich case precast concrete blocks shall be used. 

After the pipe has been set to grade, additional bedding material shall be placed 
in 6-inch layers up to the spring line of the pipe. Tamping bars shall be 
carefully employed to assure compaction of the bedding C43ver under the lover 
quadrarits of the pipe. 

Gravel bedding for all gravity sewers shall be hard, durable and obtained from 
an off-site source and shall be crushed quai'ry rock or crushed gravel, fre-e of 
roots, sod, rubbish, organic end decomposable substance, and shell be veil 
graded 'sathin the limits of ASTM C33 stone size No. 67; 



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Sieve Size Percent Passing bv Veight 

1-inch 100% 

^/4-inch 90-100% 

3/8-inch 20-55% 

No. 4 0-10% 

No.S 0-5% 

Material for tackfill above the gravel bedding to a point 12 inches above the 
pipe shedl be cleen.. inert durable hard grains of sand., gravel or excavated 
materials, free from organic materials, peat, muck, loam, pavement, ledge, ^s-ood, 
trash, rubble, ice, surface coating, frozen soil and any other objectionable 
material Swh materials shall be readily spread aiid compacted. 

Sarid shall meet the following grading requirements; 

Sieve Size Percent Passing by Veight 

1/2 100% 

1/4 25-50% 

No. 40 5-25% 

No. 200 0-15% 

At this point, the pipe shall be checked for line and grade and any debris, tools, 
etc., shall be remo^^ed. If inspection of the pipe is satisfactory, the Contractor 
may then refill or backfill the remainder of the trench in accordance vith the 
Standard Trench Section. 

At aijy time the.t the -vrjtk is not in prc>gress, the end of the pipe shall be 
suitably closed to prevent the entry of animals, earth, etc. 

Cle:atiin£pipe : Clear interior of piping of dirt and other superfluous material as vork 
progresses. Maintain s'S'ab or drag in line and pull past each joint as it is completed. 

In large, accessible piping, brushes and brooms may be used for cleaning 

Place plv^s in ends of uncompleted conduit at end of day or whenever irork 
stops. 

Flush lines between manholes if reqiiired to remove collected debris. 

.loint Adapters : Make joints between different types of pipe with standard 
manufactured a-tepters and fittings intended for that purpose. 

TAP CONNECTIONS 



Mat:e connections to existing piping and undergroimd structures, so that finished work 
will conform as nearly as practicable to requirements specified for new work. 



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For brofich cMingctions from side into existing piping, cut opening into unit 
sufficiently large to allo"^' 3" of concrete to be packed around entering; connection. Cut 
end^ of connection parsing through pip-e or structure Trail to conform to shape of, acnd 
be flush vith, inside wall, unless otherwise indicated. On outside of pipe or structure 
vail, encase entering connection in 6" of concrete for a minimum length of 12° to 
provide additional support or collar from connection to undisttarbed ground. 

Provide concrete which will attain minimum 28-day compressive strength of 
3,000 psi, unless otherwise indicated. 

Use epoxy bonding compound as interface between new and existing concrete 
aiid piping materials. 

Take care while making tap connections to prevent concrete or debris from entering 
existing piping or structure. Remove debris, concrete, or other extraneous material 
which may acciomulate. 

PROXIMITY TO ¥AT£R MAIHS 



MassachT-k^ett? Division of ¥ater Pollution Control standards require 10 ft. separation 
from water lines. However, should construction operations reveeJ or expose a 
wa.terline (main or service) rxuming approximately parallel and less than 10 f^. 
horizontally from the proposed sewer installation arid where it is not practicable to 
relocate tlie seic'er, the follo'^'ing methods of protection must be emplo's'ed: 

If the ^'aterlme can be kept at least 18 inches above the 3 feet to one side of the 
sewer, as shown and supported on a bench of original soil, no other protection 
is required. 

If the above separation cannot be achieved, the se'^'er shall be encased in 
concrete 4 inches thick all around, or ductile iron pipe of the same size shall be 
utilised. Appropriate manufactured fittings shall be emplo-jfed to adapt the iron 
pipe to the contract sewer pipe. 

Should the waterline cross-over the new sewer with less than 18 inches 
separation, the sewer for a distance of 10 feet on each side of the •^'aterline shall 
be encased in concrete as specified above, or ductile iron pipe shall be utilised. 
Appropriate manufactured fittings shall be employed to adapt the iron pipe to 
the contract se'?;'er pipe. As en alternati^'e, the waterline may be raised, if 
feasible, to achie'\'e the required separation. 

Should the waterline in either situation be at or below the sewei" elevation, the 
waterline or the sewer must be relocated to achieve 10 feet of sepai-ation or the 
waterline raised. 



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FIELD QUALITY COHTROL 

Testing : Final sever testing vork incltodes the performance of testing and inspecting 
each and eyery length of sever pipe and each item of appurtenant constrtjction. 

Preform testing afier completion of a su^stanti^l and convenient section of the 
'S'ork, or after the completion of all pipe laying operations. 

Provide all labor, pumps., pipe, connections., gauges, measuring devices and all 
other necessary apparatus to conduct tests. 

Performance: All severs, appurtenant vork, in order to t>e eligible for approval by the 
Architect, shall be subjected to tests that vill determine the degree of vat er tightness, 
and horizon tel and vertical alignment. 

Thoroughly clean and/or flush all sever lines to be tested, in a manner and to 
the extent acceptable to the Architect, prior to initiating test procedures. 

Perform ell tests arid inspections as required by the Boston ¥ater and Sever 

Commission. 

Remedial ¥QrK: Perform all ^'orl: necessary to correct deficiencies disco'^/ered as a 
result of testing and/or inspections. Completely retest all portions of the original 
construction on vhich remedial ^.'ot± has been performed. 



END OF SECTION 027';0 



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SECTION 02700 - SITE IMPROVEMENTS 

PART 1 - GENERAL 

RELATED DOCUMENTS 

The requirements of The secUons of Division One - Oeneral Requirements as liste<3 in 
the Table of Contents apply to the vork specified in this section. 

Reqijirements given herein may be affected by other related requirement^ of the 
project specification. Correlation of contract requirements is the responsibility of the 
Contractor. 

SCOPE OF ¥ORK 

Vork Included: Provide all labor, materials, and equipment necessai'y to complete the 
vork of this Section, vhich, without limiting the generality thereof, includes: 

Vood benches. 

Related ¥ork in Other Sections. 

Section 02200 - Earthm)rk . 
Section 02900 - Landscaping. 
Section 03310 - Concrete ¥ork. 

SUBMITTALS 

Submit to the Architect shop drawings and product data and manufacturer "s certificates 
as specified herein and in accordance vith the provisions of Section 01340. 

ProdiK-t Data: Manufacturer's descriptive literatia:^ and installation 
instructions. 

Shop Drawings: Illustrations of all custom fabricated site improvement 
materials. 

Certificates: Manufactt^er's certificates that materials meet specifications. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

BENCHES 

Benches shall be Idodel 883-0076 as manufacttired by Mexico Eorge Landsca$>e 
Structures. 

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PART ^ - EXECUTION 
BENCH INSTALL AT ION 



Benches shall be direct burial type installed in accordance vith manufacturers 
requirements and recommendations and approved shop drawings. 



END OF SECTION 02700 



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SECTION 02900 - LANDSCAPE WORE 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

DraTrings and general provisions of Contract including General and Supplementary 
Conditions and Division 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. 

SUMMARY 

This Section includes provisions for the following items: 

Trees 

Shrubs. 

Plants. 

Lsvns. 

Soil amendments. 

Initial mainteneiice of landscape materials. 

Related Sections : The following sections contain requirements that relate to this 
Section. 

Excavation., filling, end rough grading required to establish elevations sho'vn 
on dra-^iings is specified in Division 2 Section, "Earth vork." 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Subcontract landscape vork to a single firm specializing in landscape ■vork. 

Source Quality Control: 

General : Ship landscape materials vith certificates of inspection reqvared by 
governing authorities. Comply wth regulations apphcable to landscape materials. 

Do not make substitutions . If specified landscape material is not obtainable, submit 
proof of non-availability to Architect, together -with proposal for use of equivalent 
material. 

Analysis and Standards: Package standard products vith manufacturer's certified 
analysis. For other materials, provi<te analysis by recognised laboratory made in 
accordance vith methods established by the Association of Official Agriculttire 
Chemists, vherever applicable. 



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Trees. Shrubs, and Plants : Provide trees, shrubs, arid plants of quantity, size, genus, 
species, and vsriety shovn and scheduled for landsc8$>e vork and complying vith 
recommendations and requirements of ANSI Z60.1 "American Standard for Niirsery 
Stock". Provide healthy, vigorous stock, groTm in recognized nursery in accordance 
vith good horticultural practice and free of disease, insects, eggs, larvae, and <tefects 
such as knots, sun-scald, injuries, abrasions, or disfigurement. 

Label each tree and shrub vith securely attached Ti'aterproof tag bearing legible 
designation of botanical and commoiu name. 

Vhere formal arrangements or consecutive order of trees or shrubs are shovn, 
select stock for uniform height and spread, and label vith number to assure 
symmetry in planting. 

Inspection : The Architect may inspect trees and shrubs either at place of grovth or at 
site before planting, for compliance vith requirements for genus, species, variety, size, 
and quality. Architect retedns right to further inspect trees and shrubs for size and 
condition of bells and root systems, insects, injui'ies and latent defects, and to reject 
unsatisfactory or defectiw material at any time during progress of vork. Remove 
rejected trees or shrubs immediately from project site. 

SUBMITTALS 

General : Submit the foUovins in accordance vith Conditions of Contract and Division 1 
Sp>ccification Sections. 

Plant and Material Certifications : 

Certificates of inspection a^ required by governmental authorities. 

Manufacturer's or vendor's certified analysis for soil amendments and fertilizer 
materials. 

Label data substantiating that plants, trees, shrubs and planting materials 
comply vith specified requirements. 

Seed vendor's certified statement for each grass seed mixture required, stating 
botanical and common name, percentages by veight, and percentages of purity, 
germination, and veed seed for each grass seed species. 

Maintenance Instructions : Typevritten instructions recommending procedures to be 
established by Ovner for maintenance of landscape vork foi' one full year. Submit 
prior to expiration of required maintenance period(s). 



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DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING 

Packaged Materials : Deliver packaged materials in containers shoving veight, 
analysis., and name of manufacturer. Protect materials from deterioration during 
delivery, and vhile stored at site. 

Trees and Shrubs : Provide freshly di^ trees and shrubs. Do not prune prior to 
delivery unless otherwise approved by Architect. Do not bend or bind- tie trees or 
shrubs in such manner as to damage bark, break branches, or destroy natural shape. 
Provide protective covering during delivery. Do not drop balled and burl8j){>ed stock 
during delivery. 

Deliver trees end shrubs after preparations for planting have been completed and 
plant immediately. If planting is delayed more than 6 hours after <telivery set trees 
end shrubs in shade, protect from ^'eather and mechanical -temage, and keep roots 
moist by covering vith mulch, burlap or other acceptable means of retaining moisture. 

Do not remove container-grovn stock from containers imtil planting time. 

.PB CONDITIONS 

Utilities : Determine location of underground utilities and perform voi'k in & manner 
vhich vill avoid possible damage. Hand excavate, as required. Maintain grade stakes 
set by others until removal is mutually agreed upon by parties concerned. 

Excavation : Vhen conditions detrimental to plant grovth are encoi.mtered, such as 
rubble fill, adverse drainage conditions, or obstructions, notify Architect before 
planting. 

SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULING 

Planting Time : Proceed with, and complete landscape vork as rapidly as portions of site 
become available, -working within seasonal limitations for each kind of laiidscape -inork 
required. 

Plant or install materials during normal planting seasons for each type of plant 
material required. 

Correlate t>lanting T/ith specified maintenance periods to provi<te maintenance 
from date of substantial completion. 

Ccordination vith Lavns: Plant trees and shrubs after final grades are established and 
prior to planting of laims, unless other-rise acceptable to Architect. If planting of 
trees and shrubs occurs after la-im -work, protect lavn areas and promptly repair 
damage to la^ms resulting from planting operations. 



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SPECIAL PROTECT VARRAHTY 

Except as other-vise provided elsevhere in the Con tret Documents, warranty lavns for a 
period of one year from the date of Substantial Completion of Construction. 

Except as other^ase provided elsevhere in the Contract Documents warranty trees and 
shrubs, for a period of one year after date of Substantial Completion, against defects 
including death and unsatisfactory groTrth, except for defects resulting from neglect 
by Chvner, abuse or damage by others, or unusual phenomena or inci<tents vhich are 
beyond Landscape Installer's control. 

Remove and replace trees, shrubs, or other plants found to be dead or in unhealthy 
condition during warranty period. Make replacements during grovth season foUoving 
end of varranty period. Replace trees and shrubs vhich are in doubtful condition at 
end of varranty period; unless, in opinion of Architect, it is advisable to extend 
varranty period for a full groving season. 

Another varrenty inspection vill be conducted at end of extended varranty 
period, if ai:iy, to determine acceptance or rejection. Only one replacement (per 
tree, shrub or plant) -^111 be required at end of warranty period, except for 
losses or replacements due to failure to comply vith specified requirements 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
TQPSQIL 

Topsoil has been (or -^i^U be) stockpiled for re-use in landsc35>e 'ti'ork. If quantity of 
stockpiled topsoil is insulTicient, provicte additional topsoil as required to complete 
landscape vork. 

Provide nev topsoil that is fertile, friable, natural loam, surface soil, reasonably free of 
subsoil, clay liomps, brush, veeds and other litter, and free of roots, stumps, stones 
larger than 2 inches in any dimension, and other extraneous or toxic matter harmful to 
plant grovth. 

Obtain topsoil from local sources or from areas having similar soil 
characteristics to that found at project site. Obtain topsoil only from naturally, 
veil-drained sites vhere topsoil occurs in a depth of not less than 4 inches, do 
not obtain from bogs or marshes. 

SOIL AMEHDMEHTS 

Lime : Natural dolomitic limestone containing not less than 85 percent of total 
carbonates vith a minimum of 30 percent magnesium carbonates, ground so that not 
less than 90 percent passes a 10-mesh sieve and not less than 50 percent passes a 100- 
mesh sieve. 



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Aluminum Sulfate : Commercial grade. 

Peat Humus : Finely divided peat, so completely decomposed and free of fibers that its 
biological identity is lost. Provide in granular form, free of hard lumps and vith pH 
range suitable for intended use. 

Bonemeal : Commercial, rav, finely ground; 4 percent nitrogen and 20 percent 
phosphoric acid. 

Sut>ert>host>hate : Soluble mixture of treated minerals.: 20 percent available phosphoric 
add. 

Sand : Clean, vashed sand, free of toxic materials. 

Per lite : Conforming to National Btoreau of Standards PS 23. 

Vermiculite : Horticultural grade, free of toxic substances. 

SavdiEt : Rotted savdust, free of chips, stones, sticks, soil, or toxic substai"ices and vith 
7.5 pounds of nitrogen uniformly mixed into each cubic yard of savdust. 

Man we: ¥ell rotted, unleached stable or cattle manure containing not more than 25 
percent by -rolume of strav, savdust, or other bedding materials and containing no 
chemicals or ingredients harmful to plants. 

Mulch : Orgai'iic mulch free from deleterious materials and suitable for top dressing of 
trees, shrubs, or plants and consisting of one of the following: 

Shredded hardvood 
Groijnd or shredded bark 
Vood chips 
Pine needles 

Commercial Fertilizer: Complete fertilizer of neutral character, vith some elements 
derived from organic sources and containing following percentages of available plant 
nutrients: 

For trees end shrubs, provide fertilizer vith not less than 5 j>ercent total 
nitrogen. 10 percent available phosphoric acid and 5 percent soluble potash. 

For lavns, provide fertilizer vith percentage of nitrogen inquired to provi<te 
not less than 1 pound of actual nitrogen per 1,(X)0 sq. ft. of lavn area and not 
less than 4 percent phosphoric acid and 2 percent potassium. Provi<te nitrogen 
in a form that vill be available to la-wn during initial period of gromh; at least 
50 percent of nitrogen to be organic form. 



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PLANT MATERIALS 

Quality Provide trees, shrubs, aiid other plants of size, gentis, species, and variety 
shovn and scheduled for landscape vork and complying vith recommendations and 
reqmrements of ANSI Z60.1 "American Standard for Nwsery Stock." 

Deciduous Trees : Provide trees of height and caliper scheduled or shovn and vith 
^ranching configuration recommended by ANSI Z60.1 for type and species required. 
Provide single stem trees except vhere special forms are shovn or listed. 

Provide balled ai:Ld t>urlat>t>ed (B&B) deciduous trees. 

Container grovn deciduous trees vill be acceptable in lieu of balled and 
burlapped deciduous trees subject to specified limitations of ANSI Z60.1 for 
container stock. 

Deciduous Shr\;b5 : Provide shrubs of the height shoim or listed and Tsdth not less than 
minimum number of caries required by ANSI Z60.1 for type and height of shrub 
required. 

Provide balled and burlapped (B&B) deciduoiy: shrubs. 

Container srovn deciduous shrubs vill be acceptable in lieu of balled and 
bijr lapped dccidijoi.c shrub; subject to specified limitations for container gro'wn 
Stock. 

Coniferous and Eroadleafed Evergreens : Provide evergreens of sizes shovn or listed. 
Dimensions indicate minimum spread for spreading and semi-spreading type 
evergreens and height for other types, stich as globe, dvarf, cone, pyramidal, broad 
upright, and columnar. Provide normal quality evergreens vith 'veM balanced form 
complying vith requirements for other size relationships to the primary dimension 
shovn. 

Provide balled and burlapped (B&B) evergreens. 

Container grovn evergreens vlll be acceptable, subject to specified limitations 
for container grovn stock. 

GRASS MATERIALS 

Grass Seed: Provide fresh, clean, nev-crop seed complying vith tolerance for ptirity 
and germination established by Official Seed Analysts of North America. Provi<te seed 
mixture composed of grass species, proportions and minimum percentages of purity, 
germination, and maximum percentage of veed seed, as specified. 

"Schedule of Grass Seed Requirements" is attached at end of this section. 



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MISCELLANEOUS LANDSCAPE MATERIALS 

Gravel: ¥ater-vorn, hard, durable gravel, "washed free of loam, sand, clay, and other 
foreign substances, and of folio ving size, range and color; 

Size Range : 3/8 inches maximum, 1/8 inch minimum (pea gravel). 

Color: Readily-available natural gravel color range. 

Anti-Erosion Mulch: Provide clean, seed-free salt hay or threshed strav of vheat, rye, 
oats, or barley. 

Anti-De.siccant : Emulsion type, film-forming agent designed to permit transpiration, 
but retard excessive loss of moisture from plants. Deliver in manufacttirer's fxilly 
identified containers and mix in accordance vith manufacturer's instructions. 

Filtration /Separation Fabric : ¥ater permeable filtration fabric of fiberglass or 
polypropylene fabric. 

Vrappine: : Tree-T/rap tape not less than 4 inches vide, designed to pre'^/ent borer 
damage and "^anler freezing. 

Stakes and Guvs : Provide stalses ai"id deadmen of sound nev hardvood, treated softvood, 
or red-^nood, free of knot holes and other defects. Provide vire ties and guys of 2-strand, 
fvisted, pliable galvanized iron vire, not lighter than 12 ga. vith zinc-coated 
turnbuckles. Provide not less than 1/2 inch diameter rubber or plastic hose, cut to 
required lengths and of uniform color, material, and size to protect tree trunks from 
damage by vires. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 
PREPARATION - GENERAL 

Lay out individual tree and shrub locations and areas for multiple plantings. Stake 
locations and outline areas and secui'e Architect's acceptance before start of planting 
vork. Make minor adjustments as may be required. 

PREPARATION OF PLANTING SOIL 

Before mixing, clean topsoil of roots, plants, sods, stones, clay lumps, and other 
extraneous materials harmful or toxic to plant grovth. 

Mix specified soil amendments and fertilizers vith topsoil at rates specified Delay 
mixing of fertilizer if planting -vill not foUov placing of planting soil "^^ithin a fev 
days. 



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"Schedule of Planting Soil Mixtxjre Requirements" is shovn on the dra's'ings. 

For planting beds &n<j l&vns^ mix planting soil either prior to planting or apply on 
surface of topsoil and mix thoroi^hly before planting. 

Mix lime vith dry soil prior to mixing of fertilizer. 

Prevent lime from contacting roots of acid-loving plants. 

At>t>ly t>host>horic acid fertilizer (other then that constituting a portion of 
complete fertilizers) directly to subgrade before e$>plying planting soil and 
tilling. 

PREPARATIOH FOR PLANT IHCt LAVHS 

Loosen sxtbgrade of lawn areas to a minimum depth of 4 inches. Remove stones 
measuring over 1-1/2 inches in any dimension. Remove sticks, roots, rubbish, and 
other extraneous matter. Limit preparation to areas vhich vill be planted promptly 
after preparation 

Spread top soil to minimum depth required to meet lines, grades, and elevations 
shcvn, after light rolling and natural settlement Add specified soil 
amendments and mix thoroughly into upi>er 4 inches of topsoil. 

Pla-ce at>r-ruximately 1 /2 of total amount of top soil required. Vork into top of 
loosened subgrade to create a transition layer and then place remainder of 
planting soil. Add specified soil amendments and mix thoroughly into upper 4 
inches of topsoil. 

Preparation of Unchanged Grades : ¥here la'S'ns are to be planted in areas that have 
not been altered or disturbed by excavating, grading, or stripping operations, prepare 
soil for lavn planting as follows. Till to a depth of not less than 6 inches. Apply soil 
amendments and initial fertilizers as specified. Remove high areas and fill in 
depressions. Till soil to a homogeneous mixture of fine texture, free of lumps, clods, 
stones, roots and other extraneous matter. 

Prior to preparation of imchanged areas, remove existing grass, vegetation and 
turf. Dispose of such material outside of CNmer's property. Do not turn existing 
vegetation over into soil being prepared for la'^jtis. 

Apply specified commercial fertilizer at rates specified and thorot^hly mix into 
upper 2 inches of topsoil. Delay application of fertilizer if \&%m planting vill 
not folio V vithin a Tew days. 

"Schedule of Planting Soil Mixture Requirements" indicating required 
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Fine gf a<te lavn areas to smooth, even surface vith loose, uniformly fine texture. Roll, 
rake, and drag lavn areas, remove ridges and fill depressions, as required to meet 
finish grades. Limit fine grading to areas vhich can be planted immediately after 
grading. 

Moisten prepared la'^JTi areas before planting if soil is dry. Vater thoroughly and allov 
surface moisture to dry before planting lavns. Do not create a muddy soil condition. 

Restore lavn areas to specified condition, if eroded or othervise distiM'bed, after fine 
grading end prior to planting. 

PREPARATION QI PLANTING BEDS 

Loosen subgrade of planting bed areas to a minimum depth of 6 inches using a culti- 
mulcher or similar equipment. Remove stones measuring over 1-1/2 inches in any 
dimension. Remove sticks, stones, rubbish, and other extraneous matter. 

Spread planting soil mixture to minimum depth required to meet lines, grades, and 
elevations shovn, after light rolling and natural settlement. Place approximately 1/2 
of total amount of planting soil required. ¥ork into top of lotjsened subgrade to create a 
transition layer, then place remainder of the planting soil. 

Remove 8 inches to 10 inches of soil and replace vith prepared planting scdl mixture. 

EXCAVATION FOR TREES AND SHRUBS 

Excavate pits, beds, and trenches ^'ith vertical sides and vith bottom of excavation 
slightly raised at center to provide proper drainage. Loosen hard subsoil in bottom of 
excavation. 

For bare root trees and shrubs, make excavatioi^s at least 12 inches -^-ider than 
root spread and deep enough to allov for setting of roots on a layer of compacted 
backfill and vith collar set at same grade level as in nursery, but 1 inch belov 
finished grade at site. 

Allov for 9 inch setting layer of planting soil mixture. 

For balled and burlapped (B&B trees and shrubs), make excavations at least half 
again as vide as the ball diameter and equal to the ball depth, plus foUoving 
allovance for setting of ball on a layer of compacted backfill; 

Allov for 3 inch thick setting layer of planting soil mixture. 

For container gro'^iai stock, excavate as specified for balled and burlapped stock, 
adj\jsted to size of container Tiddth and depth. 



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Dispose of subsoil removed from planting excavations. Do not mix vith planting soil or 
use as backfill. 

rill excavations for trees and shrubs vith -vater and allov vater to percolate out prior 
to plan ting 

PLANTING TREES AND SHRUBS 

Set balled and burlat>i>ed (B&B) stock on layer of compacted planting soil mixture, 
plumb and in center of pit or trench vith top of ball at same elevation as adjacent 
finished landscape grades. Remove burlap from sides of bells; retain on bottoms. ¥hen 
set, place additional backfill around base and sides of ball, and 'vork each layer to settle 
backfill end eliminate voids and air pockets. ¥hen excavation is approximately 2/3 
full, vater thoroughly t>efore placing remainder of t>ackfill. Repeat -catering until no 
more is absorbed. ¥ater again after placing final layer of backfill. 

Set bore root stock on cushion of planting soil mixture. Spread roots and carefully 
vork backfill around roots by hand and puddle vith vater imtil backfill layers are 
completely saturated. Plumb before backfilling and maintain pliomb vhile ■^i'orking 
backfill around roots and placing layers of soil mixture above roots. Set collar 1 inch 
below adjacent finish landscape grades. Spread out roots vithout tangling or turning 
up to surface Cut injured roots clean.: do not brealc 

Set container grovn stock, as specified., for balled burlapped stock, except cut can; on 2 
Sides -sith en approved can cutter; remove bottoms or wooden boxes aner partial 
backfilling so as not to daiaage root balls. 

Dish too of backfill to allow for mulching . 

Mulch t^-its, trenches, and planted areas. Provide not less than following thickness of 
mulch, and work into top of backfill and finish level with adjacent finish grades. 

Provide 2 inches thickness of mulch. 

At>t>lY anti-desiccant, using power spray, to provide an adequate film over trunks, 
branches, stems, twigs and foliage. 

If decidvious trees or shrubs are moved when in full leaf, spray with anti- 
desiccant at niB"sery before moving and spray again 2 weeks after planting. 

Prune, thin out, aiid shat>e trees and shrubs in accordance with standard hortictiltural 
practice. Prune trees to retain required height and spread. Unless otherwise directed 
by Architect, do not cut tree le^aders, end remove only injured or <tead branches from 
flowering trees, if any. Prune shrubs to retain natural character. 

Remove and ret>la<::e excessively pruned or misformed stock resulting from improper 
pruning. 



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Vrap tree tr uiiiks of 2 inches caliper and larger. Start at ground and cover trunk to 
height of first branches and secxirely attach. Inspect tree trunks for injury, improper 
pruning and insect infestation and take corrective measures before vrapping. 

&uy and stake trees immediately after planting, as indicated. 

SEEDIH& NEV LAVNS 

Do not use vet seed or seed that is moldy or otherwise damaged in transit or stor^e. 

Sqv seed using a spreader or seeding machine. Do not seed vhen vind velocity exceeds 
5 miles per hour. Distribute seed evenly over entire area by soving equal quantity in 2 
directions at right angles to each other. 

Sov not le-ss than the quantity of seed specified or scheduled. 

Rake seed lightly into top 1 /o inch of soil, roll lightly, and vater vith a fine spray. 

Protect seeded slopes against erosion vith erosion netting or other methods acceptable 
to the Architect. 

HYDRCiSEEDINCr NE¥ LA¥HS 

Mix specified seed, fertiliser, and pi;lveri2ed mulch in Ti'ater, using equipment 
specifically designed for hydroseed application. Continije mixing until uniformly 
blended into homogeneous slurry suitable for hydraulic application. 

Apply slurry uniformly to all areas to be seeded. Rate of application as required to 
obtain si>e.cified seed soTi'ing rate 

MISCELLANEOUS LANDSCAPE ¥QRE 

Place gravel beds vhere indicated. Compact soil subgrades before placing gravel. 

Lay 8-mil polyeth'j^ene plastic film continiwusly over compacted subgrade 
prior to placing gravel. Overlap edges 4 inches at joints between sheets. 

MAINTENANCE 

Begin maintenance immediately after planting. 

Maintain trees, shrubs, and other plants until the Date of Substantial Completion, but in 
no case, less than foUoving period: 

6D days after substantial completion of planting. 



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Maintain trees, shrubs, and other t>l8cnts by pruning, cultivating, and -weeding as 
required for healthy groi^nh. Restore planting saucers. Tighten and repair stake and 
guy supports and reset trees and shrubs to proper grades or vertical position as 
required. Restore or replace damaged wrappings. Spray as required to keep trees and 
shrubs free of insects and disease. 

Maintain la^^ms for not less than 60 days after substantial completion, or longer as 
required to establish an acceptable lavn. 

Maintain lavns by watering, fertilising, weeding, mowing, trimming, and other 
operations such as rolling, regrading and replanting as reqmred to establish a smooth, 
acceptalile lawn, free of eroded or bare areas. 

CLEANUP AND PROTECTION 

Dulling landscat>e work, keep pavements cleaii and work area in an orderly condition. 

Protect lai'idscape work aiid materials from damage due to landscape operations, 
operations by other contractors and trades, and trespassers. Maintain protection 
during installation arid maintenarice f>eriods. Treat, repair, or replace damaged 
landscape work as directed. 

INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE 

Vhen landscape wcirk is completed lnclu<3ing maintenance. Architect "^lll, upon 
request, make an insf>ection to determine acceptability. 

Vhen inspected l8i:idscai>e work does not comply with requirements, replace rejected 
^■iDrk and continue specified maintenaiice until reinspected by Architect and foiond to 
be acceptable. Remove rejected plants and materials promptly from project site. 



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SCHEDULE OF GRASS SEED MIXTURES 



Proportion 
ByVeieht 


Common Name 


Botanical Name 


Min. % 
Germ, 


Min. % 
PtireSd. 


Max % 
¥eedSd. 


50% 


Kentucky 
Bluegrass 


Poa pratensis 


80 


85 


0.50 


30% 


Chevings 
Re<J Fescue 


Festuca rubra 
var. 


85 


98 


0.50 


10% 


Perennial 
Ryegrass 


Lolium Perenne 


90 


98 


0.50 


10% 


Redtop 


Agrostis alba 


85 


92 


1.00 



Sov mixtui'e at 4 lbs. per 1000 square feet. 



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SECTION O^^IO - CONCRETE WORK 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary 
Conditions and Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to vork of this section. 

SUMMARY 

Extent of concrete work shown on dramngs. 

Concrete paving and walks ere specified in Division 2. 

Precast concrete is specified in other Division-3 sections. 

Mechanical finishes end concrete floor toppings ai'e specified in other Division-3 
sections. 

SUBMITTALS 



Produf:T Data : SuMnlt data for proprietary materials and items, incltidlng 
reinforcement and forming accessories, admixtures, patching compounds, waterstops, 
joint systems, curing compomids, dry-shal^e finish materials, and others as re<ii»sted 
by Architect. 

Shop Dra-^i^figs: Reinforcement : Submit original shop drawings prepared by registered 
Professional Engineer for fabrication, bending, and placement of concrete 
reinforcement. Comply with AC! 315 "Manual of Standard Practice for Detailing 
Reinforced Concrete Structures" showing bar schedules, stirrup spacing, diag:rams of 
bent bars, arrangement of concrete reinforcement. Include special reinforcement 
required for opetiings throi^h concrete structures. 

Samples : Submit samples of materials as requested by Architect, including names, 
sources and descriptions. 

Material Certificates : Provide materials certificates in lieu of materials laboratory test 
reports when permitted by Architect. Material certificates shall be signed by 
manufacturer and Contractor, certifying that e.ach material item complies with, or 
exceeds, specified requirements. Provide certification from admixture mai^ufscturers 
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QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Codes and Standards : Comply vith provisions of foUoving codes, specifications, and 
standards, except vhere more stringent requirements are sho'S'n or specified: 

ACI 301 "Specifications for Structural Concrete for Buildings". 

ACI 318 "Building Code Requirements for Reinforced Concrete." 

Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute, (CRSI) "Manual of Stan<terd Practice". 

PRO lECT CONDITIONS : 

Pi'otectiQn of Footingg Against Freezing : Cover completed vorK at footing level with 
s\rfticierit temporary or permanent cover as required to protect footings and adjacent 
subgrade against possibility of freezing; maintain cover for time period as necessary. 

Protect adjacent finish materials against spatter during concrete placement. 

PART 2 - PROpnCTS 
FORM MATERIALS 

Forms for Exi>osed Finish Concrete : Plywood, metal, metal-framed plywood faced, or 
other acceptable panel-type materials, to provide continuous, straight, smooth, exposed 
siw'faces. Furnish in largest practicable sizes to minimize number of joints and to 
conform to joint system sho'sn on drawings. 

Forms for Unexposed Finish Concrete : Plywood, lumber, metal, or other acceptable 
materiel P^o^'ide lumber dressed on at least 2 edges and one side for tight fit. 

Form Coatings : Provide commercial formulation form-coating compounds that Ti'ill not 
bond with, stain nor adversely affect concrete surfaces, and will not impair subseqient 
treatments of concrete surfaces. 

Forms Ties: Factory-fabricated, adjiistable-length, removable or sna^ff metal form 
ties, designed to prevent form deflection and to prevent spalling concrete upon 
removal. Provide units which will leave no metal closer than 1-1 /2" to surface. 

Provide ties which, when removed, will leave holes not larger than 1 " diameter 
in concrete st;jrface. 

REINFORCING MATERIALS 

Reinforcing Bsi's: ASTM A 615, Gra<te 60, deformed. 



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Steel ¥ife: ASTM A 82, plain, coI<3-<3ravn steel. 

VeldedVire Fabric : ASTM A 185, velded steel vire fabric. 

Sut>t>Qrts for Reinforcement : Bolsters, chairs, si>acers and other <}evices for spacing, 
stjpporting and fastening reinforcing bars and velded -vire fabric in place. Use vire 
bar type supports complying vith CRSI specifications. 

For slabs-on-grade, use supports vith sand plates or horizontal runners vhere 
base material vill not support chair legs. 

For ext>Qsed-to-viev concrete surfaces, vhere legs of supports are in c-ontact 
■vith forms, pro'/ide supports Tsith legs vhich are plastic protected (CRSI, Class 
I) or stainless steel protected (CRSI, Class 2). 

CONCRETE MATERIALS 

Portland Cement : ASTM C 1!>0, Type I. 

Use one brand of cement throughout project, unless otherwise acceptable to Architect. 

Fly- Ash : ASTM C 618, Type C or Type F. 

Normal ¥eight Aggregates : ASTM C 33, end es herein specified. P^o^'idc eggregates 
from a single source for exposed concrete . 

Local aggregates not complying vith ASTM C 33 but vhich have shovn by 
special test or actual ser^ace to produce concrete of adequate strength and 
diarability may be used vhen acceptable to Architect. 

Light-^-eight Aggregates : ASTM C 330. 

Vater: Drinkable. 

Air-Entraining Admixture : ASTM C 260, certified by manufacturer to be compatible 
vith other required admixtures. 

Available Products : Subject to compliance vith requirements, products 'liiich 
may be incorporated in the vork include, but are not limited to, the foUoving: 

"Air-Mix"; Euclid Chemical Co. 

"Sika Aer"; Sika Corp. 

°MB-VR or MB-AE"; Master Builders. 

"Darex AEA" or "Dai'avair"; ¥.R. Grace 

"Edoco 2001 or 2002°; Edoco Technical Products. 

"Air-Tite "; Gifford-Hill /American Admixtures . 



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Vater-ReduciriP Admixtwe : ASTM C 494. Type A. and containing not more than 0.1 
percent chloride ions. 

Available Products : Subject to compliance vith requirements,. prodtKts -s^ich 
may be inc-orporated in the -vork include, but are not limited to, the foUoving: 

"¥RDA Hycol"; ¥.R. Grace. 
TSI N°.: Gifford-Hill /American Admixtures 
Tucon ¥R-7S"; Euclid Chemical Co. 
Tossolith Normal"; Master Builders. 
Tlastocrete 160;" Sika Chemi^.^al Corp. 
Xhemtard"; Chem-Masters Corp. 
Tro-Kete-N"; Protex Indi^tries, Inc. 

High-Ratige Vater-Redixiine Admixture (Sui>er Plasticizer) : ASTM C 494, Type F or Type 
Ct and containing not more tlian 0.1 percent chloride ions. 

AvailaMe Products: Subject to compliance vith requirements, products vhich 
may be incorporated in the -^i^ork include, but are not limited to, tlie following: 

"¥RDA 19" or "Duracem"; ¥.R. Grace. 
"PSP"; Protex Industries Inc. 
"Super P"; Anti-Hydro 
"Sikament"; Sika Chemical Corp. 
"Mighty 150"; ICI Americas Corp. 
"Eucon 37"; Euclid Chemical Co. 
TSI Suiter"; Giftord-Hill. 
"Rheobuild"; Master Builders. 

Vater Reducing. Non-Chloride Accelerator Admixture : ASTM C 494, Type E, and 
containing not more than 0.1 percent chloride ions. 

Available Products : Subject to compliance vith requirements, products vhich 
may be incorporated in the vork include, but are not limited to, tlie foUoTidng: 

"Accelgtiard 80"; Euclid Chemical Co. 

"Possolith High Early"; Master Builders. 

°Gik:o Ac<;elerator"; Gifford-Hill /American Admixti.^es 

Vater-Redixing, Retarding Admixture: ASTM C 494, Type D, and contain not more than 
0.1 percent chloride ions. 

Available Products : Subject to compliance "slth requirements, products vhich 
may be incorporated in the vork include, but ai-e not limited to, the following; 

"Edoco 20006"; Edoco Technical Products. 
Tossolitli Retarder"; Master Builders. 
"Eucon Retarder 75"; Euclid Chemical Co. 



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"D8iratai'd";¥^.. Grace. 
"PSI R"; Gifford-Hill /American Admixtures. 
Tldstiment"; Sika Chemical Co. 
Trotard"; Protex Industries, Inc. 

Prohibited Admixtures : Calcium chloride thyocyanates or admixtures containing more 
than 0.1 percent chloride ions are not permitted. 

RELATED MATEPJALS 

Granular Base : Evenly graded mixture of fine and coarse aggregates to provi<te, vhen 
compacted, a smooth and even surface belov slabs on grade. 

Vapor Retarder : Provide vapor retarder cover over prepared base material vhere 
indicated belov slabs on grade Use only materials vhich are resistant to decay vhen 
tested in accordance vitli ASTM E 1 j4, as follows: 

Polveth^'lene sheet not less than 4 mils thick. 

Hon-Shrink Grout : CRD-C 621.. factory pre-mixed grout 

Available Products : Subject to compliance vith requirements, prodiK:ts vhich 
may t>e incorporated in the ^'"ork include, but are not limited to, the fulloving: 

Metallic 

"Vibrofoil"; A.C. Horn, Inc. 

"Metallic Spec. Grout": The Burke Co. 

"Embeco 63'6"; Master Builders. 

"Eerrolith GDS"; Sonneborn-Rexnord. 

"Hi-MiDd Grout"; Euclid Chemical Co. 

Temox G"; Sika Chemical Co. 

"Ferrogrout"; L & M Const. Chemical Co. 

"Supreme Plus"; Gifford-Hill /American Admixtures. 

Mon-metallic 

"Set Grout"; Master Builders. 
"Sonogrout"; Sonneborn-Rexnord. 
"Euco-NS"; Euclid Chemical Co. 
"Stipreme"; Gifford-Hill /American Admixtures. 
"Cry;steA" L & M Cons. Chemical Co. 
"Sure-Grip Grout", Dayton Superior Corp. 
"Horngrout"; A.C. Horn, Inc. 
"Five Star Grout"; U.S. Grout Corp. 



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Chemical Hardener : Coloi'less aqi^ous solution containing a blend of magnesium 
flousilic4ite and zinc ilousihcate combined vith a vetting agent, containing not less 
than 2 lbs. of flousilicates per gal. 

Available Products : Subject to compliance vith requirements, prodiocts vhich 
may be incorporated in the vork include, but are not limited to, the following; 

"Siirfhard"; Euclid Chemical Co. 
"Lapidolith"; Sonnebome-Rexnord. 
"Saniseal"; Master Builders. 
"Burk-0-Lith"; The Burke Co. 

Non-slip Aggregate Finish : Provide fXJsed aluminum oxide grits, or crushed emery, as 
abrasive aggregate for non-slip finish vith emery aggregate containing not less than 
40 percent aluminum oxide and not less than 25 percent ferric oxide Use material that 
is factory-graded, packaged, rust-proof and non-glazing, and is unaffected by freezing, 
moisture, and cleaning materials. 

Colored ¥ear-Resistant Finish : Packaged, dry, combination of materials, consisting of 
Portland cement, .graded quartz aggregate, coloring pigments and plasticizing 
admixture Use coloring pigments that are finely groiond, non-fadmg mineral oxides, 
intergrourid vith cement. Color as selected by Architect, unless other^iise indicated. 

Available Products : Subject to compliance vith requirements, products vhich 
may be incorporated in the vork include, but are not limited to, the follo'sing; 

"Colorcron"; Master Builders 

"Harcol Redi-Mixed"; Sonneborn-Contech. 

"Surflex", Euclid Chemical Co. 

Xolor undum ".: A C . Horn, Inc . 

"Qveirts Plate"; L & M Const. Chemical Co. 

"Lithochrome"; L.M. Scofield Co. 

Tloorcron", LTifTord-Hill /American Admixtures. 

Absorptive Cover : Burlap cloth made from jute or kenaf, veighing approximately 9 oz. 
per sq. yd., complying vith AASHTO M 182, Class 2. 

Moisture-Retaining Cover : One of the folio ving, complying vith ASTM C 171 . 

Polyethylene film. 

Liquid Membrane-Forming Curing Comt>ound : Liquid type membrane-forming curing 
compound complying vitl:i ASTM C 309, Type I, Class A. Moisture loss not more thaii 0.055 
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Available Products : Subject to compliance vith requirements, products vhich 
may be incorporated in the wor)r. include, but are not limited to, the following: 

"Masterseal "; Master Builders . 

"A-H 3 Way Sealer"; Anti-Hydro Waterproofing Co. 

"Ecocure"; Euclid Chemical Co. 

"Clear Seal"; A.C. Horn, Inc. 

"Sealco 309"; Giff or d-Hill /American Admixtures. 

"J-20 Acrylic Cure"; Dayton Superior. 

"Spartan -Cote"; The Burke Co. 

"Sealkure"; Toch Div. - Carboline. 

"Kure-N-Seal°; Sonneborn-Rexnord. 

"Polyclear"; Upco Chemical /USM Corp 

"L&M Cure"; L & M Construction Chemicals. 

"Klearseal": Setcon Industries. 

"LR-152"; Protex Industries. 

"Hardtop"; Gifford-Hill. 

Bonding Compound : Polyvinyl acetate or acrylic base. 

Available ProdiK:ts : Subject to compliance vith requirements, products vhich 
may be incorporated in the vork include, but are not limited to, to the follo'5''ing; 

Polyvinyl Acetate (Interior Only) : 

"Eufjo ¥eld": Euclid Chemical Co. 
"¥eldcrete"; Larsen Products Corp. 

Acrylic or St\'rene Butadiene : 

"J-40 Bonding Agent"; Dayton Superior Corp. 
"Everbond"; L & M Construction Chemicals 
"Hormreld"; A.C. Horn, Inc. 
"Sonocrete"; Sonneborn-Rexnord. 
"Acrylic Bondcrete"; The Burke Co. 
"SBR Latex"; Euclid Chemical Co. 
"DaraTreld C"; ¥.R. Grace 

Epoxy Adhesi^^ : ASTM C 881, tvo component material suitable for use on dry or damp 
surfaces. Provide material "Type", "Grade", and Xlass" to suit project requirements 

Available Products : Subject to compliance iwth requirements, prod\icts vhich 
may be incorporated in the m)rk include, but are not limited to, to the following: 

Thiopoxy"; WR. Grace. 

"Epoxtite"; A.C. Horn, Inc. 

"Idoco 2116 Epoxy Adliesive"; Edoco Technical Prod. 



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"Sikadui' Hi-Mod"; Sika Chemical Cori>. 
°l\KO Epoxy 452 oi' 620"; Euclid Chemiced Co. 
Tatch and Bond Epoxy"; The Burke Co. 
Xoncresive 1001"; Adhesive Engineering Co. 

PRQPQRTIQNIHG AHD DESIGN OF MIXES 

Prepare design mixe; for each type and strength of concrete by either laboratory trial 
batch or field experience methods as specified in ACI 301. If trial batch method used. 
The Contractor shall obtain arid pay for (as pain of the Contract Sum) an independent 
testing facility acceptable to Architect for preparing and reporting proposed mix 
(tesigns. The testing facility shall not be the same as used for field quality control 
testing. 

Limit use of fly ash to not exceed 2j percent of cement content by weight. 

Submit vritten reports to Architect and Strixtioral Engineer of eac:h proposed mix for 
each class of concrete at least 1 j days prior to start of vork. Do not t>egin concrete 
production imtil mixes have been revieved by Architect. 

Design mixes to pro'^/ide normal veight c^^ncrete with the following properties, as 
indicated on dravmgs and schedules: 

4000 psi 28-day compressive strength; ¥/C ratio. 0.44 maximmn (non-air- 
entrained), 0.3!? maximum (air-entrained) 

3OCI0 psi 28-day compressiw strength; ¥/C ratio, 0.58 maximiwit (non-air- 
entrained), 0.46 maximum (air-entrained). 



2500 psi 28-day compressive strength, ¥/ 
entrained), 0.54 maximum (air-entrained). 



C ratio, 0.67 maximum (non-air- 



Lightweight Concrete : Proj'ortion mix as herein specified. Design mix to produce 
strength and modiolus of elasticity as noted on drawings, with a split-cylinder strength 
factor (Fct) of not less than 55 for 3000 psi concrete and a dry weight of not less than 
95 lbs. or more than 1 10 lbs after 2S days. Limit shrinkage to 0.03 percent at ^ days. 

Adjustment to Concrete Mixes : Mix <tesign adjustments may be requested by Contractor 
when characteristics of materials, job conditions, weather, test results, or other 
circumstances warrant; at no additional cost to Owner and as accepted by Architect. 
Laboratory test data for revised mix design and strength results must be submitted to 
and accepted by Architect before using in work. 

Admixtures : 

Use water-reducing admixture or high range water-reducing admixture (super 
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Use non-chloride accelerating admixtui'e in concrete slabs placed at ambient 
temperatures belo'^' 50 deg F (10 deg C). 

Use high-range vater-reducing admixtiire in pumped concrete, concrete for indtastrial 
slabs, architectural concrete, parking structure slabs, concrete required to be 
vatertight, and concrete ^ith vater /cement ratios belovO.50. 

Use air-entraining admixture in exterior exposed concrete, unless otherwise indicated. 
Add air-entraining admixture at manufacturer's prescrit>ed rate to result in concrete at 
point of placement having total air content vith a tolerance of plus-or-minus 1-1/2 
percent vithin foUo'^ng limits: 

Concrete structures and slabs exposed to freezing and thaving deicer chemicals, 
or subjected to hydraulic pressure: 

4.5 percent (moderate exposure); 5.5 percent (severe exposure) 1-1/2" 
max. aggregate 4.5 percent (moderate exposure); 6.0 percent (severe 
exposure) 1" max. aggregate. 

Other Concrete : (not exposed to freezing, thaving, or hydraulic pressure): 2 
percent to 4 percent air. 

Use admixtures for vater-redxjcing and set-control in strict compliance ^th 
manufacturer's directions. 

Vater-Cement Ratio : Provide concrete for folloii'ing conditions vith maximum vater- 
cement (¥/C) ratios as follow": 

Subjected to freezing and thaving; ¥/C 0.50. 

Subjected to deicers /watertight; ¥/C 0.45. 

Subjected to brackish 'S'ater, salt spray or deicers; ¥/C 0.40. 

Slump Limits : Proportion and design mixes to result in concrete slump at point of 
placement as foUovs: 

Ramps slabs, and sloping surfetces: Not more than 3". 

Reinforced foundation systems: Not less than 1 " and not more than 3" 

Conci'ete containing HR¥R admixtiwe (super plasticiser): Not more than 8" 
after addition of HR¥R to verified 2"-3" slump concrete. 

Other Concrete: Not less than 1 " nor more than 4". 

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Ready-Mix Concrete : Comply vith requirements of ASTM C 94, and as herein specified. 

During hot leather, or tinder conditions contributing to r^id setting of concrete, a 
shorter mixing time than specified in ASTM C 94 may be required. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 



GENERAL 

Coordinate the installation of joint materials and vapor retarders with placement of 
forms and reinforcing steel. 

FORMS 



Design, erect. sut>t>Qrt. brace and maintain formvork to support vertical and lateral, 
static, aiid d^ii&mic loads that might be applied until siKh loads can be supported by 
concrete structui'e. Construct formMiirk so concrete members and structures are of 
correct size, shape, slignment, ele^'ation and position. Maintain formTS'ork 
constru^ition tolerances complying "vith AC I 347. 

Design formvorl: to be readily removable '^■ithuut impact, shock or damage to cast-in- 
place concrete si«-faces and adjacent materials. 

Construct forms to sizes shapes, lines and dimensions shovn, and to obtain accurate 
alignment, location, grades, level end plumb ^work in finished stru<:tures. Provide for 
of>enings, offsets, sinkages, keyvays, recesses, moldings, rustications, reglets, 
chamfers, blocking, screeds, bulkheads, anchorages and inserts, and other featiares 
required in ^s-ork. Use selected materials to obtain required finishes. Solidly butt joints 
an-d provide back-up at joints to prevent leakage of cement paste. 

Fabricate forms for easy removal vithout hammering or prying against concrete 
surfaces. Provide crush plates or wrecking plates vhere stripping may damage cast 
concrete surfaces. Provide top forms for inclined surfaces vhere slope is tew steep to 
place concrete with bottom forms only. Kerf wood inserts for forming keyways, 
reglets, recesses, end the like, to pre'^rent swelling and for easy removal. 

Provide temt>orarv openings where interior area, of formwork is inaccessible for 
cleanout. for inspection before concrete placement, and for placement of concrete. 
Securely brace temporary openings and set tightly to forms to prevent loss of concrete 
mortar. Locate temporary openings on forms at inconspicuous locations. 

Chamfer exwsed corners and edges as indicated, using wood, metal, PVC or rubber 
chamfer strips fabricated to produce uniform smooth lines and tight edge joints. 



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Provisions for Other Trades : Provide openings in concrete formvork to acc-ommo^tete 
vork of other trades. Determine size and location of openings, recesses and chases 
from trades providing such items. Accurately place and securely support items built 
into forms. 

Cleaning and Tightening : Thoroughly clean forms and adjacent surfaces to receive 
concrete. Remove chips, vood, savdust, dirt or other debris just before concrete is 
placed. Retightening forms arid bracing after concrete placement is require-d to 
eliminate mortar leaks and maintain proper alignment. 

VAPOR RHARDER INSTALLATION 

Follo7/ing le'^reling and tamping of graniUar t>ase for slabs on grade, place vapor 
retarder sheeting vith longest dimension parallel with direction of pca«' . 

Lap joints 6" and seal T/ith appropriate tape. 

Alter placement of moisture barrier, cover ^'ith granular material and compact to 
depth as sho^ti on drawings. 

PLACING REINFORCEMENT 

Comply vith Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute's recommended practice for Tlacing 
Reinforcing Bars", for dctoilp and metho<te of reinforcement placement and supports, 
and as herein specified. 

Avoid cutting or puncturing vapor retarder during reinforcement placement 
and concreting operations. 

Clean reinforcement of loose rust and mill scale, earth, ice, and other materials vhich 
reduce or <testroy bond vith concrete. 

Accttrately position , support and sectire reinforcement against displacement by 
forfflMjrk, construction, or concrete placement operations. Locate and support 
reinforcing by metal chairs, runners, bolsters, spacers, and hangers, as reqmred. 

Place reinforcement to obtain at least minimum coverages for concrete protection. 
Arrange, space and securely tie bars and bar supports to hold reinforcement in 
position dtiring concrete placement operations. Set vire ties so ends are directed into 
concrete, not tovard exposed concrete surfaces. 

Install velded vire fabric in as long lengths as practicable. Lfi$> adjoining pieces at 
least one f\dl mesh and lace splices "sith vire. Offset end laps in adjacent vidths to 
prevent continuous laps in either direction. 

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Construction .Toints : Loce.te and install constriction joints as indicated, or if not 
indicated, locate so as not to impair strength and appearance of the striicture.. as 
acceptable to Architect. 

Provide keywg.ys at least 1-1/2" deep in construction joints in -w^ls, slabs and betveen 
vails and footings; accepted bulkheads designed for this purpose may be used for slabs. 

Place construction joints perpendicular to main reinforcement. Continvie 
reinforcement across constrtK:tion joints, except as etherise indicated. 

Isolation feints in Slabs-on-Ground : Construct isolation joints in slabs-on-ground at 
points of contact bet^'een slabs-on-ground and vertical surfaces, such as column 
pedestals, foundation vails, grade beams and elsevhere as indicated. 

foint filler and sealant materials are specified in Division-? sections of these 
specif ication?. 

Contraction (Control) .joints in Slabs-on-Ground : Construct contraction joints in slabs- 
on-erciund to form panels of patterns as shovn. Use sav cuts 1/8" x 1/4 slab depth or 
inserts 1 /4" vide x 1 /4 of slab depth, unless otherwise indicated. 

rorm contraction joinTs by insertin.g premolded plastic, hardboard or fiberboard strip 
into fresh concrete until top siwface of strip is flush ■?i'ith slab surface Tool slab edges 
round on each side of insert. After concrete has ciwed, remove inserts and clean 
groove of loase debris. 

Contraction joints in unexposed floor slabs may be formed by sav cuts as soon as 
possible after slab finishing as may be safely done vithout dislodging 
aggregate. 

If joint pattern not shovn, provide joints not exceeding 15' in either direction and 
located to conform to bay spacing vherever possible (at column centerlines, half bays, 
tliird-bays). 

feint sealarit material is specified in Division-7 sections of these specifications. 

mSTALLATIOH Or EMBEDDED ITEMS 

General : Set and build into VDrk anchorage devices and other embedded items required 
for other vork that is attactied to, or supported by, cast-in-place concrete. Use setting 
dravings, diagrams, instructions and directions provided by suppliers of items to be 
attached thereto. 

Edge Forms and Screed Strips for Slabs : Set edge forms or btjlkheads and intermediate 
screed strips for slabs to obtain required elevations and contours in finished slab 
surface. Pro^hde and secure units sufficiently strong to support types of screed strips 
by use of strike-off templates or accepted compacting type screeds. 



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PREPARATIQH OF FORM SURFACES 

Clean re-use<3 forms of concrete matrix residue, repair and patch as required to return 
forms to acceptable surface condition. 

Coat contact surfaces of forms vith a form-coating compotond before reinforcement is 
placed. 

Thin form-coating compounds only "^ath thinning agent of type, and amount, and 
under conditions of form-coating compound manufacturer's directions Do not allov 
excess form-coating material to accumulate in forms or to come into contact "vith in- 
place concrete surfaces against vhich fresh concrete ^sill be placed. Apply in 
compliance "sath manufacturer's instructions. 

CONCRETE PLACEMENT 

Preplacement Inst>ection : Before placing concrete, inspect and complete formvork 
installation, reinforcing steel, and items to be embedded or csi't-in. Notify other crafts 
to permit installation of their '^'ork; cooperate ^th other trades in setting such '^'ork. 
Moisten vood forms immediately before placing concrete vhere form co8.tings are not 
used. 

Apply temporary protective covering: to lover 2' of finished vails adjacent to 
poured floor slab? end similer conditions, end guerd egeinst spattering dxiring 
placement. 

General : Comply vith AC I 304 "Recommended Practice for Measuring... Mixing, 
Transporting, and Placing Concrete", and as herein specified. 

Deposit concrete continuously or in layers of such thickness that no concrete "will be 
placed on concrete vhich has hardened sufficiently to cause the formation of seams or 
planes of weakness. If a section cannot be placed continuously, pro^'ide construction 
joints as herein specified. Deposit concrete as nearly as practicable to its final location 
to avoid segregation. 

Placin.g Concrete in Forms : Deposit concrete in forms in horizontal layers not deeper 
than 24" and in a manner to avoid inclined constrviction joints. Vhere placement 
consists of several layers, place each layer vhile preceding layer is still plastic to avoid 
cold joints. 

Consolidate placed concrete by mechanical vibrating equipment supplemented by 
hand-spading, rodding or tamping. Use equipment and procedui'es for consolidation of 
concrete in accordance vith ACI recommen<ted practices. 

Do not use vibrators to transport concrete inside forms. Insert and vithdrav vibrators 
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machine. Place vibrators to rapidly penetrate placed layer arid at least 6" into 
preceding layer. Do not insert vibrators into lover la-j'ers of concrete that have begun 
to set. At each insertion limit duration of vibration to time necessary to consolidate 
concrete and complete embedment of reinforcement and other embedded items without 
catjsing segregation of mix. 

Placing Concrete Slabs : Deposit and consolidate concrete slabs in a continuous 
operation, -cathin limits of construction joints., until the placing of a panel or section is 
completed. 

Coiisolidate concrete during placing operations so that concrete is thoroughly worked 
around reinforcement and other embedded items and into corners 

Bring slab surfaces to correct level "^tlth straightedge and strikeofT. Use bull floats or 
dai'bies to smooth surface., free of humps or hoUo-vs. Do not disturb slab surfaces prior 
to beginning finishing operations. 

Maintain reinforcing in proper position during concrete placement operations. 

Cold ¥eather Placing : Protect concrete '^■xirk from physical damage or reduced 
strength vhich could be caused by frost, freezing actions, or lov temperatures, in 
compliance Twth AC I 306 and as herein specified. 

Vhen air temperature has fallen to or is expected to fall belov 40 deg F (4 deg C), 
imiformly heat ira.ter and ag.gregates before mixing to obtain a concrete mixture 
temperatxare of not less than 50 deg F (10 deg C), and not more than SO deg F (2? deg C) at 
point of placement. 

Do not use frozen materials or materials containing ice or snov. Do not place concrete 
on frozen subgrade or on subgrade containing frozen materials. 

Do not use calcium chloride, salt and other materials containing antifreeze agents or 
chemic:al accelerators, unless other'^jise accepted in mix designs. 

Hot Weather Placing : ¥hen hot weather conditions exist that vould seriously impair 
quality and strength of concrete, place concrete in compliance vith AC I 305 and as 
herein specified. 

Cool ingredients before mixing to maintain concrete temperature at time of placement 
t>elov90 deg F {JZ deg C). Mixing vater may be chilled, or chopped ice may be used to 
control temperature provided 'water equivalent of ice is calculated to total amount of 
mixing Ti'ater . Use of liquid nitrogen to cool concrete is Contractor's option. 

Co-^^r reinforcing steel vith vater-soalced burlap if it becomes too hot, so that steel 
temperature vill not exceed the ambient air temperature immediately before 
embedment in concrete. 

Fog spray forms, reinforcing steel and subgrade just before concrete is placed. 
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Use 'g^ter-rediicing retarding admixture {Type D) vhen required by high 
temperatures, Iot/ humidity, or other adverse placing conditions, 

FINISH OF FORMED SURFACES: 



Roijgh Form Finish : For formed concrete surfaces not exposed-to-viev in the finish 
vork or by other construction, unless othenrtse indicated. This is the conc-rete sm-face 
having texture imparted by form facing material used, vith tie holes and defective 
areas repaired and patched and fins and other projections exceeding 1/4" in height 
rubbed dovn or chipped off. 

Smooth Form Finish : For formed concrete surfaces exposed-to-viev, or that are to be 
covered with a coating material applied directly to concrete, or a covering material 
applied directly to concrete, such as waterproofing, dampproofing, painting or other 
similar system. This is as-cast concrete sui'face obtained vith selected form facing 
material, arranged orderly and symmetrically vith a minimum of seams. Repair and 
patch defective areas vith fins or other projections completely removed and smoothed. 

Related Unformed Surfaces : At tops of vails, horizontal offset.s and similar unformed 
surfaces occurring adjacent to formed surfaces, strike-off smooth and finish vith a 
texture matching adjacent formed surfaces. Continue final surface treatment of formed 
surfaces imiformly across adjacent unformed surfaces, unless othervise indicated. 

MONOLITHIC SLAB flNISHES 



Scratch Finish : Apply scratch finish to monolithic slab surfaces that are to re<«ive 
concrete floor topping or mortar setting beds for tile, portland cement terrazzo, and 
other bonded applied cementitious finish flooring material, and as othervise indi(::ated. 

After placing slabs, plane surface to tolerances for noi^r flatness (F-) of 1" and floor 
levelness (F, ) of 13. Slope surfaces uniformly to drains vhere required. After 
leveling, roug;hen surface before final set, vith stiff brushes, brooms or rakes. 

Float Finish: Apply float finish to monolithic slab surfaces to receive trovel finish and 
other finishes as hereinafter specified, and slab surfaces vhich are to be covered 'sith 
membrane or elastic vaterproofing, membrane or elastic roofing, or sand-bed terraso, 
and as othervise indicated. 

After screeding, consolidating, and leveling concrete slat>s, do not vork surface until 
ready for floating. Begin floating vhen surface '^■ater has disappeared or vhen 
concrete has stiffened sufficiently to permit operation of pover-driven floats, or both. 
Consolidate surface vith pover-driven floats, or by hand-floating if area is small or 
inaccessible to po'S'-er units. Check and level surface plane to tolerances of Fp 18 - F, 15- 

Cut dovn high spots aiid fill lov spots. Uniformly slope sia-faces to drains. Immediately 
after leveling, refloat surface to a uiiiform, smooth, graniUai' textile. 



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Tro^'^l Finish : Apply tro's'el finish to monolithic slab surfaces to be expose<J-to-'\'iev, 
and slab surfaces to be covered vith resilient flcHDring. carpet, ceramic or quarry tile, 
paint, or other thin film finish coating system. 

After floating, begin first trowel finish operation using a pover-driven tro-^1. Begin 
final troweling vhen surface produces a ringing sound as troTrel is moved over 
surface. Consolidate concrete surface by final hand-tro"¥eling operation, free of tro^pel 
marks, uniform in texture and appearance, and vith surface leveled to tolerances of F^ 

20 - Fj 17. Grind smooth surface defects which would telegraph throt;^h applied floor 

covering system. 

Trovel ai;td Fine Broom Finish : ¥here ceramic or quarry tile is to be installed with 
thin-set mortar, apply trowel finish as specified, then immediately follow with slightly 
scarif^'ing surface by fine brooming. 

Non-Slip Broom Finish : Apply non-slip broom finish to exterior concrete platforms, 
steps and ramps, and elsewhere as indicated 

Immediately after float finishing, slightly roughen concrete stjrface by brooming with 
fiber bristle broom perpendicular to main traffic route. Coordinate required final 
finish with Architect before application. 

Chemical-Hardener Finish : Apply chemical-hardener finish to interior concrete floors 
where indicated. Apply liquid chemical-hardener after complete curing end drying of 
the concrete surface. Dilute liquid hardener with wa.ter (pai'ts of hardener /water as 
follows), and apply in 3 coats.: first coat, 1 /3-strength.: second coat, 1 /2-strength; tliird 
cost, 2/3-strength Evenly apply each coat, ai'id allow 24 hours for drying between 
coats. 

Apply proprietary chemical hardeners, in accordance with manufacturer's printed 
instrijctions. 

After final coat of chemical-hardener solution is applied and dried, remove s\.a'plijs 
hardener by scrubbing and mopping with water. 

Non-slip Aggregate Finish : Apply non-slip aggregate finish to concrete stair xre&is, 
platforms, ramps, sloped walks, and elsewhere as indicated. 

After completion of float finishing, and before starting trowel finish, uniformly spread 
25 lbs. of dampened non-shp aggregate per 100 sq. ft. of surface. Tamp aggregate flush 
with stjrface using a steel trowel, but do not force below surface. After broadcasting 
and tamping, apply trowel finishing as herein specified. 

After curing, lightly work surface with a steel wire brush, or an abrasive stone, and 
ve.ter to expose non-slip aggregate. 



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Colored Ye&r-Resistsnt Finish: Provide colored veer-resistsnt finish to monolithic slab 
surface indicated. 

Apply dry shake materials for colored -^rear-resistant finish at rate of not less than 60 
lbs. per 100 sq. ft., ijnless greater amount is recommended by material maniifacturer. 

Immediately follomng first floating operation, uniformly distribute approximately 2/3 
of required weight of dry shake material over concrete surface, and embed by means of 
power floating. FoUov floating operation vith second shake application, uniformly 
distributing remainder of dry shake material at right angles to first application, and 
embed by pover floating. 

After completion of broadcasting and floating, apply trovel finish as herein specified. 
Cure slab surface vith curing compound recommended by dry shal^e hardener 
manufacturer. Apply curing compovmd immediately after final finishing 

CONCRETE CURING AND PROTECT lOH 

General : Protect freshly placed concrete from prematui'e drying and excessive cold or 
hot temperatures. 

Stai't initial curing as soon as free -s-ater has disappeared from concrete surface after 
placing and finishing. ¥eather permitting, keep continuously moist for not less then 7 
days. 

Begin final ciwing proc:edures immediately following initial curing aiid before 
concrete has dried. Continue final curing for at leest 7 days in accordance with AC I 301 
procedures. Avoid rapid drying at end of final curing period. 

Curing Methods : Perform curing of concrete by curing and sealing cjiimpourid, by 
moist curing, by moisture-retaining cover curing, and by combinations thereof, as 
herein specified. 

Provide moisture curing bv folio ving methods. 

Keep concrete surface continuously vet by covering ^-ith water. 

ContinvBDus water-fog spray. 

Covering concrete surface with specified absorptive cover, thoroi^hly 
saturating cover with water and ke-eping continuously wet. Place absorptive 
cover to provide coverage of concrete surfaces and edges, -^ith 4 " la?' over 
adjacent absorptive covers. 

Provide moisture-cover curing as follows: 

Cover cctncrete surfaces with moisture-retaining cover for ciwing concrete, 
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sealed by waterproof tape or adhesive. Immediately repair any holes or tears 
during curing period using cover material and '^i'aterproof tape. 

Pro^nde curing and sealing compound to exposed interior slabs and to exterior slabs, 
valks, and curbs, as follows. 

Apply specified curing: and sealing compound to concrete slabs as soon as final 
finishing operations are complete (vithin 2 hours). Apply uniformly in 
continii3us operation by po'^'er-spray or roller in accordance vith 
manufacturer's directions. Recoat areas subjected to heavy rainfall -ffithin 3 
hours after initial application. Maintain continuity of coating and repair 
damage during curing period. 

Do not use membrane curing compounds on siu-faces vhich are to be covered "vith 
coating material applied directly to concrete, liquid floor hardener, T/aterproofing, 
dampproofing, membrane roofing, flooring (such as ceramic or quarry tile, glue-do-STi 
cai'pet), painting, and other coatings and finish materials, unless othemase acceptable 
to Architect. 

Ciring Formed Surfaces : Ciwe formed concrete surfaces, incltjding tmdersides of 
beams, supported slabs and other similai' surfaces by moist curing 'sith forms in place 
for full curing period or until forms are removed. If forms are removed, continue 
curing by methods specified above, as applicable. 

Curing Unformed Surfaces : Cure unformed surfaces, svich as slabs, flcior topping, and 
other flat sui'faces by application of appropriate curing method. 

final ctire concrete swfaces to receive liquid floor hardener or finish flooring by use 
of moisture-retaining cover, unless otherwise directed. 

Sealer and Dustproofer : Apply a second coat of specified curing and sealing compound 
only to surfaces tiven a first coat. 

SHORES AND SUPPORTS 

Comply vith AC I 347 for shoring and reshoring in multistory construction, and as 
herein specified. 

Extend shoring at least 3 floors under floor or roof being placed for structures over 4 
stories Shore floor directly under floor or rcof being placed, so that loads from 
construction above vill transfer directly to these shores. Space shoring in stories 
belov this le'-rel in such a manner that no floor or member vill be excessively loaded oi' 
vill indiK:e tensile stress in concrete members vhere no reinforcing steel is provided. 
Extend shores beyond minimums to ensure proper distribution of lc»ds throv^hout 
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Remove shores aiid reshore in a planned sequence to avoid damage to partially cured 
concrete. Locate and provide adequate reshoring to safely support -^nork vithout 
excessive stress or deflection 

Keep reshores in place a minimum of 15 days after placing upper tier, and longer if 
required, until concrete has attained its required 28-day strength and heavy loads <ixe. 
to construction operations have been removed. 

REMOVAL OF FORMS 



Formvork not supporting freight of concrete, six:h as sides of beams, vails, columns, 
and similar parts of the vork, may be removed after cumulatively curing, at not less 
than 50 deg F (10 deg C) for 24 hours after placing concrete, pro^'nded concrete is 
sufficiently hard to not be damaged by form removal operations, and provided cm'ing 
and protection operations ai'e maintained. 

Form^^ork supporting: v/eight of concrete, such as beam soffits, joints, slabs and other 
strucjtural elements, may not t>e removed in less thari H days and until concrete has 
attained design mmimiMn compressive strength at 28-da'j'^v Determine potential 
compressi^^ strength of in-place concrete by testing field-cured specimens 
representati^'e of concrete location or members. 

Form facing material may be remoAfed 4 ^eys after placement, only if shores and other 
vertical supports have been ai'ranged to permit removal of form facing material 
without loDEcning: or dirtiirfcing sharp j and support-. 

RE-USE OF FORMS 



Cleaii and repair surfaces of forms to be re-used in vork. Split, frayed, delaminated or 
otherwise damaged form facing material vill not be acceptable for exposed surfac-es. 
Apply nev form coating compoimd as specified for nev formvork. 

¥hen forms are extended for su<.cessive concrete placement, tlioroughly clean 
surfaces, remove fins and laitance, and tighten forms to close joints Align and secure 
joint to avoid offsets. Do not use "patched" forms for exposed concrete surfaces, excef>t 
as acceptable to Architect. 



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MISCELLANEOUS CONCRETE ITEMS 

ruling- In : Fill-in holes and openings left in concrete structiires for passage of ipork 
by other trades, unless otherwise shovn or directed, after -vork of other trades is in 
place Mix, place and cure concrete 8S herein specified, to blend vith in-place 
construction. Provide other miscellaneous concrete filling shovn or required to 
complete Ti'ork . 

Curbs : Provide monolithic finish to interior curbs by stripping forms vhile concrete is 
still green and steel-troveling surfaces to a hard, <tense finish vith corners, 
intersections and terminations slightly rounded 

E<Tuit>ment Bases and Fo'.mdations: Pro^'ide machine and equipment bases ai^d 
foundations, as sho^Ti on dravmgs Set anchor bolts for machines and equipment to 
template at correct ele^fstions, comphing '^'ith certified diagrams or templates of 
manufacturer furnishing machines and eqmpment. 

Grout base plates and foundations as indicated, using specified non-shrink grout. Use 

non-metallic grout for exposed conditions, unless other-^se indicated. 

Steel Pan Stairs : Pro^Ade concrete fill for steel pen stair treads and landings and 
associated items. Cast-in safety inserts and accessories as sho'^i'n on drawings. Screed, 
tamp, end finish concrete surfaces as scheduled. 

Reinforced Mesonry : Provide concrete grout for reinforced masonry lintels and bond 
beams vhere indicated on dravmgs and as scheduled. Maintain accurate location of 
reinforcing steel during concrete placement. 

CONCRETE SURFACE REPAIRS 

Patching Defectiw Areas : Repair and patch defective areas vith cement mortar 
immediately after removal of forms, vhen acceptable to Architect. 

Cut out honeycomb, rock pockets, voids over 1 /4" in any dimension, and holes left by tie 
rods and bolts, dovn to solid concrete but, in no case to a <tepth of less than 1 " Make 
edges of cuts perpendicular to the concrete surface. Thorot^hly clean, dampen ^vith 
vater, and brush-coat the area to be patched 'vith specified bonding agent. Place 
patching mortar after bonding compound has dried. 

For exposed-to-vie'y sxjrfaces, blend vhite portland cement and standard portland 
cement so tlnat, vhen dry, patching mortar 'mil match color surrounding. Provide test 
areas at inconspicuous location to verify mixture end color match before proceeding 
vith patching. Compact mortar in place and strike-off slightly higher than 
surrounding surface. 

Ret>air of Formed Surfaces : Remove and replace concrete having defective surfaces if 
defects carinot be repaired to satisfaction of Architect. Surface defects, as such, include 
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fins and other projections on surface, and stains and other discolorations tjiat cannot 
t>e remo^'ed by cleaning. Flush out form tie holes, fill vith dry pack mortar, or precast 
cement cone plugs secured in place vith bonding agent. 

Repair concealed formed surfaces, vhere possible, that contain defects that affect the 
durability of concrete. If defects cannot be repaired, remove and replace concrete. 

Repair of Unformed Surfaces : Test unformed surfaces, such as monolithic slabs, for 
smoothness and verify surface plane to tolerances specified for each surface and 
finish. Correct lovand high areas as herein specified. Test unformed surfaces sloj>ed 
to drain for trueness of slope, in addition to smoothness, using a template having 
required slope. 

Repair finished unformed surfaces that contain defects vhich affect durability of 
concrete. Surface defects, as such, include cra2ing;.. cracks in excess of 0.01" vide c^r 
vhich penetrate to reinforcement or completely through non-reinforced sections 
regardless of ^'idth, spelling, pop-outs, honeycomb, rock pockets, and other 
objectionable conditions. 

Correct high area^ in unformed surfaces by grinding, after concrete ha;: cured at le.ai:t 
Hda'j's. 

Correct lov areas in unformed surfaces during or immediately after completion of 
surface finishing operations by cutting out low areas and replacing vith fresh 
concrctr. Finish repaired jstcjss to blend into adjacent concrete. Proprietary patching 
compounds may be used when acceptable to Architect. 

Repair defective areas, except random cracks and single holes not exceeding 1" 
diameter, by cutting out and replacing vith fresh concrete. Remove defective are:as to 
sound concrete ^ith clean, squai-e cuts and expose reinforcing steel '?^'ith at least 3/4" 
cleararice all around. Damf>en concrete surfaces in contact vith i>atching concrete arid 
apply bonding compound. Mix patching concrete of same materials to provide concrete 
of same type or class as original concrete. Place, compact and finish to blend '^■ith 
adjacent finished concrete. Cure in the same mariner as adjacent concrete. 

Perform strioctural ret>airs vith prior approval of Architect or Structural Engineer for 
method and procedure, using si>ecified epoxy adhesive and mortar. 

Repair methods not specified above may be used, subject to acceptance of Architect. 

Underlavment Application : Leveling of floors for subsequent finishes may be acliieved 
by use of specified miderlayment material. 



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QUALITY CONTROL TESTING DURIH& CONSTRUCT IQH 

The Owner mil employ, at his expense., a testing laboratory to perform tests and to 
submit test reports. 

Sampling and testing for quality control during placement of concrete may include the 
following., as directed by Architect 

Sflmoling Fresh Concrete : ASTM C 172.. except modified for slump to comply vith ASTM C 
91. 

Slump : ASTM C H3; one test at point of discharge for each day's pour of each 
type of concrete.: additional tests vhen concrete consistency seems to have 
changed. 

Air Content : ASTM C I?;?, volumetric method for hghtveight or normal veight 
concrete; ASTM C 231 pressure method for normal '^'eight concrete; one for each 
day's pour of each type of air-en trained concrete. 

Concrete Temperature : Test houi'ly ^K'hen air temperature is 40 deg F (4 deg C) 
and belov, and vhen 80 deg F (27 deg C) and above; and each time a set of 
compression test specimens made 

Compression Test Specimen : ASTM C 'il; one set of 4 standard cylinders for each 
compressive strength test, unless otherwise directed. Mold ai:id store cylinders 
foi' laboratory cui'ed test specimens except vhen field-cure test specimens are 
required. 

Compressive Strength Tests : ASTM C 39; one set for ea.ch day's pour exceeding 5 
cu. yds. plus additional sets for each ^0 cu. yds. over end abo-^re the first 25 cu. 
yds. of each concrete class placed in aiy one day; one specimen tested at 7 days, 
fwo specimens tested at 28 days, and one specimen retained in reserve for later 
testing if required. 

¥hen frequency of testing vill provide less than 5 strength tests for a given 
class of concrete, conduct testing from at least 5 ran<tomly selected batches or 
from each batch if fe'^'er than j are used. 

Vhen total quantity of a given class of ccmcrete is less than 50 cu. yds., strength 
test may be 'WBived by Architect if, in his judgement, adequate evidence of 
satisfa<::tory strength is provided. 

Vhen strength of field-cured cylinders is less than 85 percent of companion 
laboratory-cured cylinders, evaluate current operations and pro^hde corrective 
procedures for protecting and curing the in-place concrete. 

Strength level of concrete vill be considered satisfactory if averages of sets of 
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strength, end no individual sti'ength test result falls belov specified 
coinpressi\'e strength by more then 500 psi. 

Test results vill be reported in writing to Architect, Struct\iral Engineer and Contractor 
vithin 24 hours after tests. Reports of compressive strength tests shall contain the 
project identification name and number, date of concrete placement, name of concrete 
testing service, concrete type and class, location of concrete batch in structure, design 
compressive strength at 28 days, concrete mix proportions and materials; compressive 
breaking strength and type of break for both 7-day tests and 28-day tests. 

Nondestructive Testing : Impact hammer, sonoscope, or other nondestructive device 
may be permitted but shall not be used as the sole basis for acceptance or rejection. 

Additional Tests : The testing service vill malce additional tests of in-place concrete 
vhen test results indic-ate sf>ecified concrete strengths and other characteristics her-ze 
not been attained in the structui'e, as directed by Architect. Testing servic.e may 
conduct tests to determine adequacy of concrete by cored cylinders complying vith 
ASTM C 42, or by other methods as directed. Contractor shall pay for siK:h tests" vhen 
unacceptable concrete is verified. 



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SECTION QS41Q - STRUCTURAL PRECAST CONCRETE 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

DraT/ings end general ^royisions of Contract, including General en<3 Supplementary 
Conditions and Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to vorl: of this section. 

SUMMARY 

Extent of structural precast concrete vori: is shovn on draiRdngs aiid in schedules. 

StriKtural precast concrete includes the foUo'^'ing: 

Hollov slab units 

Exterior stair units. 

RELATED ¥ORK 

Cast-in-place concrete is specified in ai'iother Dithsion-3 section. 

.Toint sedlants end backing ere specified in Dn'ision 7. 

Applied finishes are specified in Drnsion 9. 

SUBMITTALS 

Product Data : Submit manufacturer "s specifications and instructions for manufactured 
materials and products, hiclude menijfacturer's certifications arid laboratory' test 
reports as required. 

Mix Designs: Submit TiTitten reports of proposed concrete mix as specified in Part-2 of 
this section. 

Shop Dra^dngs : Submit shop dra^iings shoving complete information for fabrication 
and installation of precast concrete units. Indicate member dimensions and cross- 
section.: location., size and t^^pe of reinforcement., including special reinforcement aiid 
lifting devices necessary for handling end erectioi:i. 

Indicate layout, dimetasions, and identification of each precast unit corresponding to 
sequence ai:id procedure of installation. Indicate Ti'-elded connections by A¥S standard 
symbols. Detail inserts., contuections.. and joints., including acc^essories aiid constriK^tion 
at openings in precast units. 

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Pro^nide loc&tion erid detoib of di"ichorag;e de-'.'ices that are to be embe^jded in other 
construction. Furnish templates iff equired for accurate placement. 

Include erection procedure for precast units and sequence of erection. 

Provide complete design calculations prepared by a registered engineer, licensed in 
State vhere project is erected. 

Samples Prc^'ide samples of bearing pads in compliance vith Divisicin-l requirements. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Codes and Standards : Comply vith provisions of follo'^ang codes, specifications and 
standards, except a;: other'^'ise indicated: 

AC I 301 "Specifications for Structural Concrete for Buildings". 

ACI 318 "Building: Code Requirements for Reinforced Concrete". 

Con<^rete Reinforcme Steel Institute. "Manual of Stai'idard Practice". 

Prestressed Concrete Institute MNL 1 1 1... "Manual for Quality Control for Plants 
and Production of Prec;a3t Concrete Products". 

fabricator Qualifications : Firms vhich have 2 years su-icessful experience in 
fabrication of precast concrete units similar to units required for this proiect ^ill be 
acceptable. Fabricator must ha're siofficient production capacity to produce required 
units vithout caijsing delay in vorl; 

Fabricator must be producer member of the Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) 
and /or participate m its Plant Certification Program. 

Design by Fabricator : Design precast slab units to support superimposed dead loads and 
li'.'e loads as indicated on draf/ings and as required for compliance vith State Building 
Code requirements. 

Eire-resistance F!ated Precast Units : ¥here precast concrete tinits are sho'^n or 
scheduled as requiring a fire-resistance classification, provide units tested and listed 
by U.L. in "Fire Resistance Directory"., or vith each unit bearing U.L. label and 
marking. 

DELIVERY. STOP ACE AHD HANDLING 

Deliver precast concrete units to project site in such quantities and at such times to 
aissure continuity of installation. Store ut:iits at project site to pre^/ent cracking, 
distortion, staining, or other physical damage, and so that markings are visible. Lift 
and support utiits at designated lift points. 



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Deliver afichorage items vhich ere to be embedded in other constructicrn before steirt of 
such -work. Provide setting diagrams, templates, instructions and directions as required 
for installation. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 



rORMVORE 



Pro^^de forms and, vhere reqiaired, form facing materials of metaJ,. plastic 'vrod.. or 
other 8<;ceptable material that is non-reacti'^Te vith concrete and vill produce required 
finish sui'faces. 

Accurately construct forms, mortar-tight, of sufficient streneth to withstand pressures 
di» to concrete placing: operation?., temperature cherige?,. arid vhen prestressed, 
pretensionmg and detensionin.g operations. Maintain formvork to provide completed 
precast concrete units of shapes, lines, and dimensions indicated, vithin fabrication 
toleraiices specified m PCI MNL 1 16. 

Unless forms for plant-man lofactured prestressed concrete uriits are stripped prior to 
detensioning, design forms so that stresses are not induced in precast units due to 
deformation of concrete under prestress or to mo\'ement during detensioning. 

RE IHrORC ING MATER I ALS 

Reinforcing; Bm-z . ASTM A 61 j. Grade 60, unless otherwise indicated. 

Lov- Alloy Steel Reinforcing Bars : ASTM A 706. 

Galvanized P^einforcing Bai'S : ASTM A 767, Class II (2.0 oz zinc psf), hot-dip galvanized 
after fabrication and bending. 

Steel ¥ire: ASTM A 82. plain, cold-drawi. steel. 

Velded ¥ire Fabric : ASTM A 185. 

¥elded Deformed Steel Vire Fabric : ASTM A 497. 

Supports for E^einforcement : Pro'S'ide supports for reinforcement including bolsters, 
chairs, spacers and other deyices for spacing, supporting and fastening reinforcing, 
complying '^'ith CRSI recommendations. 

For exposed-to-viev concrete surfaces, vhere legs of supports ai'e in contact 
^th forms, provide supports -s-ith legs vhich are plastic protected (CRSI, Class 
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PRESTRESS ING TEHDQHS 

Uncoated.. 7-Ti-ire stress-relie'^d strand compl-jring "with ASTM A 416. Use Grade 250 
\»iless Grade 270 indicated. 

Strand similar to above., but having si2e and ultimate strength of ^res increased so that 
ultimate strength of the strand is increased approximately Ij percent, or strand vith 
increased strength but vith fe'^'er number of -sires per strand, may be used at 
fflantjfacturer's option. 

CONCRETE MATERIALS 

Portland Cement : ASTM C lj.0., lYi>e I or Tyf^e III. 

Use only one brarid and fi^pe of cement throughout project, unless othervise acceptable 
to Architect. 

Aggregates : ASTM C 33, end as herein specified. Provide aggregates from a single 
source for exposed conerete. 

Local aggregates not compb.dng vith ASTM C 33, but vhich haye shovn by 
special test or actu?l ser-^rice to produce concrete of adequate strength and 
durability, may be used -s-'hen acceptable to Architect. 

Light veight Aggregate : ASTM C 330. 

Vater : Potable 

Air-Entraining Admixtm'e : ASTM C 260. 

¥ater-Reducing Admixture : ASTM C 494, T-jfje A, or other Type appro^'ed for 
fabricator's units 

CONNECTION MATERIALS 



Steel Plates : Structural quality, hot-rolled carbon steel, ASTM A 283, Grade C. 

Steel Shat>es: ASTM A 36. 

Anchor Bolts : ASTM A 307, lov-carbon steel bolts, regular hexagon nuts end carbon 
steel 'S'ashers. 

High-Strength Threaded Fasteners : Heavy hexagon structural bolts, heavy hexagon 
bolts, and hardened vashers complying vith ASTM A 324. 



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Finish of Steel Units : Exposed units gal-'.'anized per ASTM A 153; others painted vith 
rust-inhibiti''^. primer. 

Bearing Pads : Provide bearing pads for precast concrete units as indicated on 
dra'wings. 

Frictionless Psds : Tetrsfluoroethylene (TFE).. vith gl82s fiber reinforcing as 
re<iuired for service load bearing stress. 

¥eldine Electrodes : Comply T^-ith A¥S standards. 

Acc-essories : Pro^'ide clips, hangers., end other accessories required for installation of 
project units and for support of subsequent construction or finishes. 

GROUT MATERIALS 



Cement Grout : Portlaiid cement ASTM C IjO. T^^>e I., and clean, natursJ sand.. ASTM C 
404. Mix at re.tio of 1.0 part cement to 3.0 parts send, by "tTOlume, vith minimum ve.ter 
required for placement and hydration. 

Metallic. Shrinkaae-Resistant Grout : Pre-mixed factory-packaged ferrous ai:gregate 
grouting compound. 

Availd.ble Products : Subject to compliance ■^'ith requirements, products may be 
incorporated in the vork to mcliode, but are not limited to, the follo'^'-ing: 

Firmix.: Euclid Chemical Co. 

Embeco 153.: Master Builders. 

Ferrolith &.; Sonneborn /Building Products. 

Eemox C: Sika Chemical. 

Vibra-Foil,: V.R. Grace. 

Hon-metallic Shrinkag:e-Resistai:tt Grout : Pre-mixed, non-metallic, non-corrosive, non- 
staining product containing selected silica sands, portland <«ment, shrinkage 
compensating agents, plasticiaing and ■^■ater reducing agents complying ■^tith CRD- 
C621. 

Available Products : Subject to compliance -^"ith requirements, prodtxts vhich 
may be incorporated in the vork include, but are not limited to, the follo'^'ing: 

Euc-o N.S.; Euclid Chemical Co. 
Crystex: L&M Construction Chemicals. 
Masterflov 713; Master Builders. 
Five Star Grout; U.S. Grout Corp. 
Upcon, Upco Chem . Div., USM Corp. 
Propal:; Protex Industries, Inc. 
Set Non-Shrink; Set Products, Inc. 



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PROPORTIONINCr AND DESIGH OF MIXES 

Prepai^e design mixe; for each type of concrete reqtaired. 

Design mixes may be prepared by an independent testing facility or by qualified 

precast matiufactui'lng plant personnel, at precast manufactiu'er's option. 

Prot>ortiQn mixes by either laboratory trail batch or field experience methods, using 
materials to be emplo'j'ed on the project for each type of concrete req'oired, complying 
TithACI318. 

Produce standard-veight concrete consisting of specified Portland cement, 
aggregates, admiAtiires, and •vv'a.ter to produce the folloTnng properties. 

Compressi're strength; jOChj psi minimum at 2? days. Release strength for 
prestressed ui:iits; TjOO psi 

Produce light'^'eight concrete consisting of specified portland cement, 
aggregates, admixtures, and vater to produce the folloving properties: 

Compressive strength; 300!! psi minimum at 28 days 

Air-drv deiisitv: not less than '50 nor more than 1 1''> lbs. per cu. 

'n 

Release strength for prestressed units. '3!>'30 psi. 

Cure compression test cylinders using same methods as used for cast-in-place 
concrete vorl: 

Submit •^^Titten reports to Architect of proposed mix for each t^^>e of concrete at least 15 
da^rs prior to start of precast unit prodiKtion. Do not begin concrete production imtil 
mixes and evaluations have been re'/ieved by Architect. 

Adjustment to Concrete Mixes : Mix design adjtjstments may be requested vhen 
characteristics of materials, job conditions, "S'T^ather, test results, or other 
circtanstances varrant. Laboratory test data for revised mix designs and strength 
resi;lts must be submitted to and accepted by Architect before using in the vork. 

Admixtures : 

Use eir-entraining admixture in concrete, unless otherwise indicated. 

Use vater-reducing admixtiu'es in strict compliat:ice vith manufacturer s directions. 
Admixtures to increase cement dispersion, or provide increased ■^iDrkability for lov- 
slump concrete, may be used subject to Architect's acceptance. 

Use amounts as recommended by admixture manufacturer for climatic conditions 
pre^'alllng at time of placing. Adjust quantities of admixtures as required to maintain 
qtjality control. 



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FABRIC AT IQH 

General : Fabricate precast concrete units complying Trith manufacturing and testing 
procedures, quality control recommendations, end dimensional tolerances of PCI MNL- 
116, aiid as specified for types of units required. 

Built-in Anchorages : Accurately position built-in anchorage devices and seciH^ to 
form'^'ork. Locate anchorages vhere they do not affect position of main reinforcement 
or placing of concrete. Do not relo-cate bearing plates in units unless acceptable to 
Architect. 

Cast-in holes for openings lai'ger than 10" diameter or 10" squai-e in accordance vith 
final shop drawings. Other sm^iller holes T/ill be field cut by trades requiring them, as 
acceptable to Architect. 

Coat surfaces of forms vith bond-breahing compound before reinforcement is plac-ed. 
Pro\'ide commercial formulation form-coating compounds that -^all not bond \nxYi. stain 
nor adversely affect concrete surfaces, and i/ill not impair subsequent treatments of 
concrete surfaces requiring bond or adliesion. Apply in compliance tith 
manufacturer's instructions. 

Clean reinforcement of loose rust and mill scale, earth and other materials -S'-hich 
redu^^e or destroy bond ■^ith concrete. 

Accurately position, support and secure reinforcement ag;8inst displacement by 
formvorlv. construction, or concrete placement operations. Locate and support 
reinforcing by metal chairs, runners, bolsters, spacers and hangers, as reqiaired. 

Place reinforcement to obtain at least the minimum coverages for concrete protection. 
Arrange, space and securely tie bai's and bai' supports to hold reinforciement in 
position during concrete placement operations. Set •^'ire ties so ends ai'e directed into 
concrete, not tovard exposed concrete surfaces. 

Pretensionins: of tendons for prestressed concrete may be accomplished either by 
single strand tensioning method or multiple-strand tensioning method. Comply T?ith 
PCI MNL-116 requirements. 

Place concrete in a continuous operation to prevent formation of seams or planes of 
'^j-eakness in precast units, complying vith requirements of ACI ?04 Thorot^hly 
consolidate placed concrete by internal aiid external vibration ■without dislocation or 
damage to reinforcement and built-in items. 

Identification : Pro\'1de permanent markings to identify pick-up points and orientation 
in structvu'e, complying '^•'ith markings indicated on final shop dra'sings. Imprint date 
of casting on each precast ui:iit on a siu-face vhich "S'ill not shov in finished structure. 



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Curing by lo'^''-f>ressure steam, by sxeam ^i^.por, by radiant heat an<3 moistui'e. or other 
similar process may be employed to accelerate concrete hardening and to reduce 
curing time. 

Delay detensioning of prestressed units until concrete has attained at least 70 percent 

of design stress., as established by test cylinders. 

If concrete has been heat-cured., perform detensioning vhile concrete is still varm 
and moist, to avoid dimensional changes vhich may cause cracking or undesirable 
stresses in concrete. 

I^tensioning of pretensioned tendons may be accomplished either by gradual release 
of tensioning i8<:ks or by heat cutting tendons, using a sequence and pattern to prevent 
shock or unbalanced loading. 

Finish of Formed Surfaces : Prn^ade finishes for formed surfaces of precast concrete as 
indicated for each typ^e of unit, and as follovs: 

Statidard Finish : Normal plant run finish produced in forms that impai't a 
smooth finish to concrete. Small surface holes caused by air bubbles, normal 
form ioint marks and minor chips and spalls will be tolerated, but no major or 
ui-isishtly imperfections, honeycomb, or structural defects will be permitted. 

Finish of Unformed Surfaces : App'ly tro^-'el finish to unformed surfaces uiiless 
otherwise indicated Consolidate concrete, bring to proper le^.^el -^qth a straightedge, 
float, and trovel to a smooth, lirnlorm finish. 

Apply scratch finish to precast units which "sill receive concrete topping after 
installation Follo^'-ing initial strikeoff, transversely scarify surface to provide 
ridges approximately 1/4" deep. 

HCiLLCi¥ SLAB UH ITS 

Type - Precast prestressed concrete units '^'ith open ■'/oids running full length of slabs. 

Furnish units vhich are free of voids or honeycomb, vith straight true edges and 

surfaces. 

Provide "Standard Finish" units for formed surfaces and scratch finish to unformed 
surfaces unless otherwise indicated. 

Fabrication : Manufacturer units of concrete materials which will provide a minimum 
3500 psi compressi-t/e strength at time of initial prestress and a 26-day compressive 
strength of jOOOpsi. 

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Incliode cact-m veld plates vhere required for sinchorage or lateral bracing to 
^ructural steel members. 

Coordinate -^ath other trades for installation of items to be cast-in hollo v slab imits. 

Provide solid., monolithic precast slab units indicated to be an integral j>art of hollov 
slab unit s'^jTstem. Design and fabricate solid units to dimensioiis and details indicated, as 
specified for hollo'^;- slab units. 

Provide headers of cast-in-place concrete or strtK:tural steel shapes for openings 
larger than one slab -sidth in accordance vith hoUov slab unit manufacttirer's 
recommendations. 

PRECAST STAIR UNITS 

Furnish precast concrete stair units as manufactured by Meaj"iS Prec^ast. Eraintree, MA 
or sizes and configurations shovn on the drawings. 

SOURCE QUALITY COHTROL 

DimensionaJ Toleraiices : Units having dimensions smaller or greater than required, 
and outside specified tolerance limits., 7/ill be subject to additional testing as herein 
specified. 

Precast units hairing dimensions greater than required viU be rejected if appearance 
or function of the structure is ad'/ersely affected, or if larger dimensions interfere 
'^'ith other construction. Repair, or remove and replace rejected tmits as required to 
meet construction conditions 

Strength of Units : The strength of precast concrete units -^dll be considered potentially 
deficient if the manufacturing processes fail to comply vith any of the requirements 
vhich may affect the strength of the precast units, including the foUoving conditions. 

Failure to meet compressive strength tests requirements. 

Reinforcement, and pretensioning and detensioning of tendons of prestressed 
concrete, not conforming to specified fabrication requirements 

Concrete curing, and protection of precast -units against extremes in 
temperature, not as specified. 

Precast units damaged during handling and erection. 

Testing Precast Units : ¥hen there is evidence that strength of precast concrete units 
does not meet specification requirements, the O^iier's concrete testing ser^'ice, under 
the pro-iAsions of Article 72.2 of the General Conditions of the Contract for Construction 
shall take cores drilled from hardened concrete for compressive strength 
determination, complying vith ASTM C 42 ai:id as follovs: 



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Talce at les^t 3 representative cores from precast units of suspect strength, from 
locations 'directed by Architect. 

Test cores m a saturated-surface-dry condition per ACI 318 if concrete vill be 
Tj-et during vise of completed strticture. 

Test core^ in an air-drj'' condition per ACI 318 if concrete vill be dry dtiring use 

of completed stnxtiare. 

Strength of concrete for each series of cores vill be considered satisfactory if 
their average compressive strength is at least 85 percent of 28-day design 
cofflpressi\'^ strength. 

Test.^ results viW be made in vi'iting on same day that tests are made., mxh 
copies to Architect. Contractor, and precast manufacturer. Include in test 
reports the project identification name and number, date, name of precast 
c-oncrete msnufacturer, name of concrete testing ser\'ice. identification letter, 
number, and tyi^e of member or members repre-sented by core tests, design 
compressive strength, compression brealdng strength and type of hredk 
(corrected for length-diameter ratio) direction of applied load to core T«th 
respect to horizontal plaii of concrete as placed, and moisture condition of core 
at time of bearing. 

Potching : ¥hcre core xctx result? nrc satisfactory arid precast units ai'e acceptable for 
me in ■^'ork, fill core holes solid vith patching mortar, and finish to match adjacent 
concrete siwfaces. 

r'efecti\^ Vufl: : Precast concrete units vhich do not conform to specified 
reqiurements, incliadmg strength, tolerances, and finishes, shall be replaced ^ith 
precast concrete units that meet requirements of this secticrn. Contractor shall also be 
responsible for cost of corrections to other vork affected by or resiilting from 
corrections to precast concrete 'S'ork. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 
IH5TALLATIQH, GENERAL 

Temporary Shoring and Bracing : Provide temporary shoring and bracing members 
with connections of sufficient strength to bear imposed loads. Remove temporary 
members and connections vhen permanent members are in place and final 
connections are made. Provide temporary guy lines to achie^'e proper alignment of 
striKtures as erection proceeds. 



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BeariribiPads: Install flexible bearins I>a<3£ vhere indicated, as precast units are being 
erected. Set pad^ on level, linilorm bearing surface? and maintain in correct position 
until precast units are placed. 

Welding : Perform velding in compliance vith A¥S D 1.1, including qualification of 
velders. 

Protect units from damage by field velding or cutting operations and provide 
non-combustible shield as required. 

Repair damaged metal surfaces by cleaning and applying a coat of liquid 
galvanising repair compound to galvanised surfaces and compatible primer to 
painted surfaces 

Povder- Actuated Fasteners : Do not ijse povder-actua.ted fasteners for siorface 
attachment of accessory items in precast, prestressed imit unless otherwise accepted by 
precast manufacturer 

Erection Tolerances : Install precast tinits '^thout exceeding following tolerance limits 
specified m PCI MNL-127 "Recommended Practice lor Erection of F'recast Concrete". 

Grouting Connections and .Tomts : After precast concrete units ha're been placed 
and secured, grout open spaces at connection and joints as folio's- : 

Cement grout consisting of 1 part Portland cement, 2-1/2 parts sand, and only 
enough water to properly mix and for hydration. 

Shrinkasie-resistant grout consisting of premixed compound and ■^'a.ter to 
pro^^de a flo'^v'sble mixture without segregation or bleeding. 

Provide forms or other acceptable method to retain grout in place until 
sufficiently hard to support itself. Pack spaces with stiff grout material, 
tamping until voids ai-e completely filled. Place grout to finish smooth, plumb, 
eaid le^'el with adjacent concrete surfaces. Keep grouted lomts damp lor not less 
thaii 24 hours after initial set. Promptly remo^'e grout material from exposed 
sui'faces before it hardens. 



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SECTION 0^^450 - ARCHITECTURAL PRECAST CONCRETE 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drawings arid genersl pro^'isions of Contract, including General and Supplementary 
Conditions and Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to the vork of this section. 

SUMMARY 

Extent of architectural precast concrete vork is shovn on drawings and in schedtiles. 

Architectural precast concrete includes the foUo'ving: 

Replacement of existing damaged and/or deteriorated Bro'^ristone 

Nev Brovristone vindov sills to match existing Bro'sristotie 

Precast prestressed striocturaJ concrete unit^ are specified under another section of 
Division 3 

cauiKing.. sesdsnts.. anci gasKeis are specirieo in Division 7. 

SUBMITTALS 

Product Data : Submit fat>ricator's specifications., data aiid instriKtions for 
maiiufactured materials aiid products. Include mix designs, certifications and 
laboratory test reports as reqioired. 

Include vater absorption test reports for units vith exterior exposure. 

Shot) Prayings: Submit shop drawings sho'ving complete information for fabrication 
and installation of precast concrete units. Indicate member dimensions and cross- 
section.: fabrication tolerances; location, size and type of reinforcement, including 
special reinforcement and lifting devices necessary for handling and erection. 

Shov la'jtiut, dimensions, and identification of each precast unit corresponding to 
seqv^nce and procedure of installation. 

Indicate velded connection by A¥S standard symbols. Detail inserts, connections, and 
joints, including accessories and construction at openings in precast units. 

Shov caulked joints, including expansion joints {"son" type) and grouted joints 

("rigid" type). 



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Samples : Submit samples ajsproximately 12" x 12" x 2" to illustrate quality, color, aiid 
textiwe of surface finish. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Codes sn-i Staiid;ai^3g : Comply vith provisions of foUoving codes, specifications and 
standards., except as otherwise indicated: 

ACI 318 "Building Code Requirements for Reinforced Concrete". 

Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute, "Meaiual of Standard Practice". 

Prestressed Concrete Institute MNL 117, "Manual for Quality Control for Plants 
and Production of Architectural Precast Concrete ProdiK:ts". 

Fabricator Qualifications : Firms vhich have a minimum of j years successful 
experience m the fabrication of architectural precart concrete i.ttiits, similar to units 
required for this project, vill be acceptable. Fabricator must have sufficient 
production capacity to produce, transport, and deliver required units 'sithout causing 
delay m the '^Tirk 

Fabrication Qualifications : Fi'oduce precast concrete units at fabricating plant engaged 
primarily in manirfactioring of similar imits, unless plant fabrication or delivery to site 
is impractical 

DELIVERY, STOPPAGE AND HAHDLIH& 

Deliver precast concrete units to project site in six:h qijantities arid at sucYl times to 
assi.«"e continuity of installation. Store units at project site to prevent cracking, 
distortion, varping, staining, or other physical damage and so that markings are 
visible. Lift and support imits only at designated lifting or supporting points as sho^wTi 
on final shop drawings. 



PART 2 - PRODUCT ■ 



FQRMVORK 

Provide forms and, vhere required, form facing materials of metal, plastic, vood, or 
other acceptable material that is non-reactive vlth concrete and vill prodiK* finish 
surfaces to match existing "brovnstone". 

Accijrately construct forms, mortar-tight, and of sufficient strength to Tiathstand 
pressures due to concrete placing operations, and temperature changes. Maintain form 
TDrk to pro'ii'ide completed precast concrete units of shapes, lines and dimensions 
indicated, "^thin specified fabrication tolerances. 



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REINFORCING MATERIALS 

Galvanized Reinforcing Bars . ASTM A 767, Class II (2.0 02. zinc psf ), hot-dip galvanized 
after fabrication and tending. 

Steel ¥ire : ASTM A 82, plain, cold-dravn, steel. 

¥elded ¥ire Eabric : ASTM A 18!). 

Velded Deformed Steel ¥ire Fabric : ASTM A 497, 

Sut>t>orts for Reinforcement : Provide supports for reinforcement including bolsters, 
chairs, spacers and other devices for spacing, supporting and fastening reinforcing. 

ror exposed-to-viev concrete surfaces, vhere legs of supports are in contact 
vith forms, pro'';ide supports 7/ith legs vhich are plastic protected (CRSI. Class 
1) or stainless steel protected (CRSI, Class 2). 

CONCRETE MATERIALS : 

Portlaiid Cement: ASTM C 1 jO. Type I or Type III. 

Use only one brand, type, and source of supply of cement throughout the project, 
unlesj otheriia^e acceptable to Architect 

Use "bitff" color portland cement for facing concrete mix to match existing 
"brovnstorie". 

Fine Aggregate for Facing Mixes : ASTM C 33.: manufactured sand of same material as 
coarse aggregate, unless otherwise acceptable to Architect. 

Pigments : Non-fading, resistant to lime and other alKalies to match existing 
"bro'5'nstone". 

Vater : Drinkable, free from foreign materials in amounts harmful to concrete and 
embedded steel . 

Air-Entraining Admixtui-e : ASTM C 260. 

Vater-RediKing Retai'ding, Accelerating Admixtures : ASTM C 494, Type as selected by 
Fabricator and containing not more than 0.1 7o chloride ions. 

PROPORTIONING AND DESIGN OF MIXES 

Prepare design mixes for each type of concrete required . 



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Design mixes may be prepai'ed by indeperKJent testing facility or by qualified precast 
manufacturing plant personnel, at precast fabricator's option. 

Proportion mixes by either laboratory trial batch or field experience methods, using 
materials to be employed on the project for each type of concrete required., complying 
vith ACI 318. 

Mix : Standard- veight concrete consisting of specified portlaiid c-ement, aggregates, 
admixtures, and water to produce the follo^ng properties: 

Comy-ressive Strength : 5,000 psi minimum at 28 da-'^'s. 

Total Air Content : Not less than 4% nor more than 6%. 

Vater Absorption : Not to exceed j% to 6% by -sleight; except betTS'een J% to 47« 
for sloping surfaces (sills), for improved feathering staining resistance. 

Submit vritten reports to Architect of proposed mix for concrete at least 15 da.ys prior 
to stai't of precast unit prodixition. Do not begin concrete production until mixes and 
e'^ralua.tions have been revieT^-ed by Architect. 

Adjustment to Concrete Mixes : Mix design adjustments may be requested vhen 
chai'acteristics of materials, job conditions, veather. test results, or other 
drciMnstaiices vei'raiit. Laboratory test data for revised mix designs and strength 
resists must be submitted to and accepted by Architect before using in the vork. 

Admixtui^es: Use air-en training admixture in strict compliance vith manufacturer's 
■:hrections. Admixtures to increase cement dispersion, or provide increased ■s'orkability 
for lov-sliimp concrete, may be used subject to Architect's acceptance. 

Use amounts as recommended by admixture manufacturer for climatic conditions 
pre-^i^ling at time of placing. Adjust quantities of admixtures as required to maintain 
quality control. 

rAERICATION 

General : Fabricate precast concrete units complying vith manufacturing and testing 
procedi«'es, quality control recommendations, and following dimensional tolerances, 
unless otherwise indicated. 

Dimensional Tolerances of Finished Units : O'^rerall height end width measured at face 
adjacent to mold at time of casting: 

5" or under: plus or minus 1/16". 

Out of sqtjare (differences in length of two diagonal measurements): 1 /8" per 6" 
or 1 /4" total, whlche^'er is gre8.ter. 



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Thid:ness: minus 1/8", plus 1/8". 

Tolerances of other dimensions not other vise indicated: numerically greater of 
f lus or minus 1 /16" per 10'. 

Fabricate units straight, smooth, and true to size and shape, '^'ith exposed edges and 
corners precise and square unless otherwise indicated. 

Precast units vhich are varped, cracked, broken, spalled, stained, or otherwise 
defective vill not be acceptable. 

BtJilt-In Items : Provide reglets, slots, holes, and other accessories in units to receive 
^/indoT/s, cramps, do^/els, reglets, ^-aterstops, flashings, and other similai' vork as 
indicated. 

Provide inserts and anchorages cast into miits, for attachment of loose 
hai'd'Ti'ai'e as required. 

Anchor dge-s : Provide loose steel plates, clip angles, seat angles, anchors, dovels, 
cramps, hangers, and other miscellaneous steel shapes not provided by other trades, 
necessary for secuinng precast units to supporting and adjacent members. 

Sijrface Finish : Fabricate precast units and pro'^.nde exposed surface finishes acceptable 
to the Architect to match existing "brownstone". 



PART .-; - EXECUTION 
INST ALL AT lOH 

General : Deliver anchorage items vhich are to be embedded in other construction 
before start of stK:h vork. Provide setting diagrams, templates, instructions and 
directions as required for installation . 

Do not install precast units until concrete has attained its design compressive strength. 

Install under the pro-^dsions and requirements of Section 04200 - Unit Masonry. 

PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS 

Limitations ec to amount of patching vhich •^[■ill be permitted is subject to acceptance of 
Architect. 

In addition to above, in-place precast units may be rejected foi' any one of the 
following: 

Exceeding specified installation tolerances. 

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Damaged <3i.«'ing: CJjnstrix:tion operations. 

Expose<3-to-\'iev surfaces vhich deTi'elop surface finish deficiencies. 

Other defects as listed in PCI MNL-117. 

Color ^'^riation. 



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SECTION 042 00 - UNIT MASONRY 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dravings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementarj' 
Conditions and Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to vork of this section. 

Requirements of this section apply to masonry Trork specified in Division-4 section 
"Reinforced Unit Masonry". 

DESCRIPTION QF ¥ORK 

Extent of each t^.T^^e of masonry -^.^rk is indicated on drairings and schedule. 

Types of masonry vork required inclu<3e; 

Concrete unit masonry. 

BricK masonry. 

Bro'STistone masonry trim in unit masonry wells. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Fire Performance Characteristics : Where indicated, provide materials and construction 
vhich are identical to those of assemblies vhose fire endurance has been determined 
by testing in compliance vith ASTM E 119 by a recognised testing and inspecting 
organisation or by another means, as acceptable to authority having jurisdiction. 

Single Soi.»-ce Responsibility for Masonry Units : Obtain exposed masonry unit? of 
uniform texture and color, or a uniform blend within the ranges accepted for these 
characteristics, from one manirfacturer for each different product required for each 
continuBus surface or vist.i8lly related surfaces. 

Single Source Responsibility for Mortar Materials : Obtain mortal' ingredients of 
uniform quality, incltJding color for exposed masonry, from one manufacturer for each 
cementitious component end from one source and producer for each aggregate. 

Field Constructed Mod: Ups : Prior to installation of masonry -vork, erect sample vail 
panels to furtlier verify selection made for color and textural characteristics, under 
sample submittals of masonry ijjnits and mortar, and to represent completed masonn,'' 
work for qualities of appearance, materials and construction: build mock-ups to comply 
■vith tlie follo'5'ing requirements; 



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Locate mock-ws on site m location? indicated or. if not indicated. &s directed by 
Architect. 

&uild mockups for the follo-^idng t'>'pes of masonry in sizes of approximately 6' 
long by 4' high by full thickness, inclu^jing face ai:id b3C:k-i-if> -s.ythes as veil as 
accessories. 

Each type of exposed unit masonry 'vork. 

T'^'^>ical exterior face brick vail. 

Typical exterior face brick '^■all i&ith vindov opening framed vith stone 
trim 

Vhere msi^onrv is to match existing, erect penels parsJlel to existing surface. 

Protect mock-ut-s from the elements vith veather resistant membrane. 

Retein mock-ups during construction as stend&i'd for judging completed 
masonry TTiXirk ¥hen directed, demolish mock-ups and remove from site 

SUBMITTALS 

Prodixt Data : Submit manufacturer's prodiKt data for each type of masonry unit, 
accessory, and other manufactured products, including certifications that each ti,^>e 
complies ^nXh specified requirements 

Shop Dra-^idngs : Submit cutting end setting draiJings for stone trim shoving sizes, 
profiles and locations of each unit reqmred. 

Samples for hiitial Selection Purposes : Submit samples of the foUoving materials: 

Unit masonry samples m small scale form shoving full extent of colors and 
textitt'es avEdlable for each type of exposed masonry unit required. 

Colored masonry mortar samples shoeing full extent of colors available. 

Sample-s for Verification Purposes : Submit the following samples: 

Unit masonry samt>les for each type of exposed masonry unit required; include 
in each set the fiUl range of exposed color and texture to be expected in 
completed '5i'ork. 

Include size variation data verifying that actual range of sizes for brick 
falls vithin ASTM C 216 dimension tolerances for brick vhere modular 
dimensionino: is indicate^j. 



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Stone trim samt'leg not less than 12" in length shoving full range of exi>ose<] 
color and textiwe to be expected in finish vork. 

Aluminum •yeepholes /vents painted in color to match mortar color. 

Colored masonry mortar samples for each color required shoiiing the full range 
of coloi' vhich can be expected in the finished vork. Label samples to indicate 
type and amoimt of colorant used. 

DELIVERY. STORAGE. AND HANDLING 

Dehver masonry materials to project in undamaged condition. 

Store a^id haiudle masonry units to prevent their deterioration or damage due to 
moisture., temperature changes, contaminants, corrosion or other causes. 

Store cementitious materials off the ground., under cover and in dry location. 

Store aggregates vhere grading and other required characteristics can be maintained. 

Store masonry accessories including metal items to prevent deterioration by corrosion 
and accumulation of dirt. 

PRQ.1ECT CONDITIONS 

Protection of ¥ork : During erection., cover tcii> of vails vith heaw vaterprcrof 
sheeting at end of each day's vork. Cover partially completed structui'es vhen vork is 
not in progress. 

Extend cover a minimum of 24 inches do'^ii both sides and hold cover securely in place. 

Do not apply uniform floor or roof loading for at least 12 hours after building masonry 
Ti'alls or columns. 

Do not apply concentrated loads for at least 3 days after building masonry vails or 
columns. 

Staining : Prevent grout or mortar or soil from staining the face of masonry to be left 
exposed or painted. Remove immediately grout or mortar in contact vith such masonry. 

Protect base of vails from rain-splashed mi^d and mortar splatter by means of 
coverings spread on ground and over vail surface. 

Protect sills., ledges and projections from droppings of mortaiv 

Cold Veather Protection : 

Do not lay masonry units vhich are vet or frozen. 

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Remcre exij ice or snov formed on masonry bed by ceireMly applying heat imtil top 
surface is dry to the touch. 

Remove masonry damaged by freezing conditions. 

For clay masonry units with initial rates of absorption (suction) vhich reqviire them to 
be is-etted before lawig, comply vith tlie follo'??'tng requirements. 

For units vith surface temperatures at>ove 32 degrees F (0 degrees C), ^-eX vith 
vater heated to abow 70 degrees F (21 degrees 0. 

For units ^R'ith surface temperati-wes belov 32 degrees F (0 degrees C), ^sret "vith 
Ti'-ater heated to above 130 degrees F (M degrees C). 

Perform the following instruction procedures vhile the -^-ork is progressing. 
Temperature ranges indicated belov apply to sir temperatures existing at time of 
installation except for grout. For grout, temperature raiiges apply to anticipated 
minimum night tempereti.ires. In heating mortar and grout materials., maintain mixing 
temperature selected vithin 10 degrees F (6 degrees C). 

40 degrees F (4 degrees C) to 32 degrees F (0 degrees C ): 

Mortar Heat mixing -s-ater to produce mortal' temperature bet'5'een 40 
degrees F (4 degrees C) and 120 degrees F (49 degrees C). 

Grout : Follov normal masonry procedures. 

32 degrees F (Q 'tegrees C) to 2j degrees F (-4 degrees C) : 

Morter : Heat mixing vater and sand to produce mortal' temperatures 
bet-.'een 40 degrees F (4 degrees C) and 120 degrees F (49 degre-es C); 
maintain temperature of mortar on boards above freezing. 

&rout : Heat grout materials to 90 degrees F (32 degrees C) to produce in- 
place grout temperature of 70 degrees F (21 degrees C) at end of work 
day. 

2 J degrees F (-4 degrees C) to 20 degrees F (-7 degrees C) : 

Mortar : Heat mixing vater and sai:id to produce mortar temperatvwes 
between 40 degrees F (4 degrees C) and 120 degrees F (49 degrees C); 
maintain temperature of mortar on boards above freezing. 

Grout : Heat grout materials to 90 degrees F (32 degrees C) to produce in- 
place grout temperature of 70 degrees F (21 degrees C) at end of 'vork 
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Heat : both sides of vails uiider construction using selamenders or other 
heat sources. 

Use vindbreaks or enclosures vhen vind is in excess of 1 j luph. 

20 degrees F (-7 degrees C) and belov : 

Mortar : Heat mixing T/ater and sand to produce mortar temperatures 
bet^sreen 40 degrees F (4 degrees C) and 120 degrees F (49 degrees C). 

Grout : Heat grout materials to 90 degrees F (32 degrees C) to produc-e in- 
place grout temperature of 70 degrees F (21 degrees C) at end of -york 
day. 

Masonry Units : Heat masonry units so that they are above 20 degrees F (- 
7 degrees C) at time of laying. 

Provide enclosure ai'id auxiliary heat to maintain an air temperature of 
at least 40 degrees F (4 degrees C) for 24 hours afier laying imits. 

Did not heat vater for mortar and grout to abo'^^ 16.0 degrees F (71 degrees C). 

Protecl completed masonry eiid masonry not being vcirked on m the following menner 
Temperature ranges indicated apply to meaii daily air temperatures except for grouted 
masonry. For grouted masonry temperature ranges apply to anticipated minimum 
night temperattjres. 

40 degrees F (4 degrees C) to 32 degrees F (0 degrees C ): 

F'rotect masonry from rain or snov for at least 24 hours by covering 
vith Ti'eather-resisti^'e membrane. 

32 degrees F (0 deg. C) tn 2j deg. F (-4 deg C ): 

Completely cover masonry ^ith veather-resistive membrane for at least 
24 hours. 

25 degrees F (-4 degrees C) to 20 degrees F (-7 degrees C): 

Completely cover masonry vith veather-resistive insulating blankets or 
similar protection for at least 24 hours, 48 hours for grouted masonry. 

20 degrees (-7 degrees ) and belov: 

Except as otherwise indicated, maintain masonry temperature above 32 
degrees F (0 degrees C) for 24 hours using enclosui'es ai:id supplementary 
heat, electric heating blanket^:, infrared lamps or other meUiods proven 



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to be satisfactory For grouted masonry maintain heated enclosure to 40 
degrees F (4 degrees C) for 48 hours. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

BRICK 

Oenersl Brick exposed to viev shall be as manufactured by Belden Brick Comf>aiiy. 
Brick shall be Belden j03/Wj- 

Size : Provide bricks manufactured to the following actual dimensions; 
Sized to match existing brick. 

Provide special molded shapes vhere indicated and for application requiring 

brick or form, size and finish on exposed surfaces vhich cannot be produced 
from stsnderd brick sizes by saving. 

Fur sills, caps and similar applications resulting in expostire of brick surfaces 
vhich otherwise vould be concealed from viev, provide uncored or uiifrogged 
units 'Ti'ith all exp-osed surfaces finished. 

Facing Brick : ASTM C 216 as folio vs. 

Grade S¥. 



T'.T'g FBX (minimum range of size and color variations). 

Compressive Strength : 8,000 psi, average, per ASTM C 67. 

Application : Use vhere brick is exposed, unless otherwise indicated. 

Texture and Color ; As selected by the Architect. 
Building. Common Brick (brick concealed from viev) : ASTM C 62, and as follows: 

Grade S¥ . 

Ai>t>lica.tion : Use where brick is indicated for concealed locations. 

CONCRETE MASQHRY UNITS 

General ; Comply with referenced standards and other requirements indicated below 
applicable to each form of concrete masonry unit required. 

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Provide st>ecial shat>es vhere required for lintels, corners, jambs, sash, control 
joints, headers, bonding and other special conditions. 

Provide bullnose units for outside corners unless otherwise indicated. 

Concrete Block : Provide units complying with characteristics indicated belov for 
Grade, Type, face size, exposed face and, under each form included, for veight 
classification. 

Grade N . 

Size : Manufacturers standard units vith nominal face dimensions of 16" long x 
8" high (15-5/8" X 7-5/8" actual) x thicknesses indicated. 

Type I, moisture-controlled units. 

Cure units by autoclave treatment at a minimum temperature of '550 
degrees F (17 degrees C) and a minimum pressure of 125 psi. 

Exposed Faces : Manufacturer's standard color and texture, unless othervise 
indicated. 

¥here special finishes are indicated, provide units vith exf>osed faces of 
the folloT/ing general description matching color and texture of the 
Architects sample 

Split-face series as manufactured by Southeastern Construction, 
Avon, Massachusetts Two colors shall be selected by the 
Architect. 

Hollo V Loadbearing Block : ASTM C 90 and as follows: 

Weight Classification : Normal weight. 
Solid Loadbearing Block: ASTM C 145 and as follows: 

¥eight Classification : Normal weight. 

Concrete Building Brick : Provide units complying with ASTM C 55 and characteristics 
indicated below for grade, type, size and weight classification. 

Grade: Same as indicated for concrete block. 

Type: Same as indicated for concrete block. 

Size: As indicated. 

Veight Classification : Normal weight. 

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BRQVHSTQHE TRIM UNITS 

As specified in Section 03450 - Architectural Precast Concrete. Furnish brovnstone 
trim units in accordance vith the requirements of Section 03450. Install in accordance 
Trith the requirements of this section. 

MORTAR AND GROUT MATERIALS 

Portland Cement : ASTM C 130, Type I., except Type III may be used for cold weather 
construction. Provide natural color or vhite cement as reqt^red to produce required 
mortar color. 

For colored pigmented mortars use premixed colored masonry cements of 
formulation required to produce color indicated, or if not indic8.ted, as selected 
from manufacturer's standard formulations. 

Available Produ::ts. Subject to compliance 'sith requirements, masonry 
cements vhich may be incorporated in the vork include, but are not 
limited to, the following: 

"Atlas Ctistom Color Masonry Cement"; Lehigh Portland Cement Co. 
"Flamingo Color Masonry Cement"; The Riverton Corporation. 

HvdratedLime : ASTM C 207, Tyr^e S. 

Aggregates for Mortar : ASTM C 144, except for joints less than 1/4" use aggregate 
graded vith 1C0% passing the No. 16 sieve. 

Aggregate for Grout : ASTM C 404. 

Colored Mortar Pigments : Natural and synthetic iron oxides and chromium oxides, 
compounded for use in mortar mixes. Use only pigments with record of satisfactory 
performance in masonry mortars. 

Available Products : Subject to compliance with reqtiirements, colored mortar 
pigments which may be incorporated in the work include, but are not limited to, 
the following: 

"SGS Mortar Colors"; Solomon Grind-Chem Service, Inc. 

"True Tone Mortar Colors"; Davis Colors, A Subsidiary of Rockwood 

Industries, Inc. 

¥ater : Clean and potable. 



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■IDIHT REINFORCMEHT, TIES AHD ANCHORING DEVICES 

Materisds : Comply vith requirements indicated belov for basic materials and vith 
requirements indicated under each form of joint reinforcement, tie and anchor for size 
and other characteristics: 

Zinc-Coated (galvanized) Steel ¥ire: ASTM A 82 for uncoated vire and 'with 
ASTM A 641 for zinc coating of class indicated belov: 

Class 3 (0.80 02. per sq. ft. of "vire surface). 

Application : Use for masonry not exposed to exterior or earth. 

Hot-Dit> Galvanized Steel ¥ire : ASTM A 82 for uncoated vire and with ASTM A 
153, Class B-2 (l.j oz. per sq. ft. of vire surface) for zinc coating 8$>plied after 
prefabrication into ijnits. 

Application : Use for masonry exposed to exterior and in contact Tiith 
earth. 

Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) Steel Sheet : C-arbon steel '?rtth zinc coating complying 
vith ASTM A 525. Coating Designation G90. 

Application : Use for dovetail slots and vhere indicated. 

Hot-Dip Galvanized Carbon Steel Sheet : ASTM A 366, Class 2 or ASTM A 635; hot 
dip galvanized after fabrication to comply vith ASTM A 153.: Class B. 

Application : Use for anchors. 

.loint Reinforcement: Provide velded-vire units prefabricated "vith deformed 
continuous side rods and plain cross rods into straight lengths of not less than 10", "^^ith 
prefabricated comer and tee units, and comp^nng vith requirements indicated belov: 

Vidth: Fabricate joint reinforcement in units vith vidths of approximately 2° 
less than nominal vidth of vails and partitions as required to provide ii... ".ar 
coverage of not less than 5/8" on joint faces exposed to exterior and 1/2° 
elsevhere. 

Wire Size for Side Rods : 0.1875" diameter. 

¥ire Size for Cross Rods : 0.1483" diameter. 

For single- vythe masonry provide type as foUovs vith single pair of side rods: 

Truss design vith perpendicular cross rods spaced not more than 16" o.c. 



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For multi-'^^he megonry t>rQvi<te type as follows: 

Truss design vith diagonal cross rods spaced not more than 16" o.c. and 
number of side rods as foUovs: 

Number of Side Rods for Muliit>le-¥vihe Brick Masonry : One side rod for 
each vythe 

Use units vith adjustable 2-piece rectangular ties vhere horizontal joints of 
facing v/the do not align vitli those of back-up. 

Bent-¥ire Ties: Provide indiyidual prefabricated bent-'sare units complying vith 
requirements indicated belov: 

VireSize : 0.1875" diameter. 

Length : Provide units of length indicated but not less than that required for 
embedment into each -sythe of 1 .5" for solid units and for embedment of tie end 
into face shells of hollov units, vith not less than 5/8" mortar cover on exterior 
face joints, 1/2" elsevhere. 

Tie Shape for Hollov Masonry Units Laid vith Cells Vertical : Rectangular vith 
ends velded close aiid not less than 2" vide. 

Tie Shat>e for Solid Masonry Unit Construction : Z-shaped ties vith ends bent 90 
deg. to provide hooks not less than 2" long. 

Type for Masonry ¥here Coursing Betveen Vythes Align : Unit ties bent from 
one piece of vire . 

Tyoe for Masonry Vhere Coursing Betveen Vythes Does Not Align : Adjiistable 
ties composed of t'^^'-o parts., one Ti'ith a pintle, the other '^Ith an e'j'e. 

Flexible Anchors : ¥here flexible anchors are indicated for connecting masonry to 
structural framevorfc, provide 2-piece anchors as described belov vhich permit 
vertical or horizontal differential movement betveen vail and framevork parallel to, 
but resist tension and compression forces perpendicular to, plane of vail. 

For anchorage to steel framevork provide manufacturer's standard anchors 
vith crimped 1/4" diameter vire anchor section for velding to steel and 
triangiilar-she^jed Ti'ire tie section sized to extend vithin 1 " of masonry face. 

¥ire Size: 0.1875" diameter. 

Masonry Veneer Anchors : Tvo-piece assemblies vhich permit vertical or horizontal 
differential movement betveen vail and framevork parallel to, but resist tension and 
compression forces perpendicular to, plane of vail; consisting of vire tie section and 



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metal anchor section for attachment over sheathing to metal studs and complying 'vith 
the foUoving requirements. 

¥ire Size : 0.1875" diameter. 

Vire Tie Shape: Rectangular. 

¥ire Tie Length : As required to extend vithin 1 " of masonry veneer face. 

Anchor Section : Rib-stiffened sheet metal plate Tsith screv holes top and 
bottom, 0.0747" (14 gage) x 2-3/4" x 3" high fabricated into tee shape 'S'ith 2 
projecting tabs, 3/4" vide by 1" long, vith slotted holes for connection of 
^i^rtical legs of triangular vire tie specially formed to fit anchor section. 

Metal Fasteners for Steel Studs : Steel drill screvs, *10 diameter x length required to 
penetrate steel stud flange by not less than 3 exposed threads, complying vith ASTM C 
954 except vith hex vasher head and neoprene vasher, cadmium-plated. 

Available Products : Subject to compliance vith requirements, masonry veneer anchors 
which may be incorporated in the -s-ork includes, but is not limited to, the following: 

■•D/A213;Dur-0-¥sl, Inc. 
"D¥-10", Hohmann & Barnard, Inc. 
"DV-IOHS"; Hohmann & Barnard, Inc. 

Rigid Anchors : Provide straps of form and length indicated, fabri<«^ted from 
sheet metaJ strips of following width and thickness, unless otherwise indicated. 

¥idth: 1-1/4". 
Thickness : 3/16"- 

Unit Twe Masonry Inserts in Concrete : Furnish cast iron or malleable iron inserts of 
type and size indicated. 

Dovetail Slots: Furnish dovetail slots, with filler strips, of slot size indicated, fabricated 
from 0.0336" (22 gage) sheet metal. 

Anchor Bolts: Provide steel bolts with hex nuts and flat washers complying with ASTM 
A 307, Grade A, hot-dip galvanised to comply with ASTM C 153, Class C, in size^; and 
configurations indicated. 

Available Manufacturers : Subject to compliance with requirements, manufacturers 
offering products which may be incorporated in the work include, but are not limited 
to, the following: 

AA Vire Products Co. 

Dur-0-¥all, Inc. 

Heckman Building Products, Inc. 



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Hohmann & Barnard, Inc. 

Masonry Reinforcing Corp. of America. 

National ¥ire F'roducts Corp. 

CONCEALED FLASHING MATERIAL 

Sheet Metal Flashing : Fabricate from the following metal complying vith 
requirements specified in Division-7 section "Flashing and Sheet Metal" and belov: 

Laminated Flashing : Maniifacturer's standard laminated flashing of type 
indicated t>elov: 

CQpt>er-Fabric Laminate : Copper sheet of weight per sq. ft. indicated 
belov, bonded vith asphalt between 2 layers of glass fiber cloth. 

Weight : 5 02. 

Adhesive for Flashings : Of type recommended by manufactiirer of flashing material 
for use indicated. 

Available Products : Subject to compliance vith requirements, prodtx^ts vhich may be 
incorporated in the work include, but are not limited to, the following: 

CQpt>er Fabric Laminate Flashing : 

Copper Fabric; Afco Products Inc. 

Copper Fabric; Sandell Manufacturing Co., Inc. 

Copper Fabric Flashing; York Manitfacturing, Inc. 

MISCELLANEOUS MASONRY ACCESSORIES 

Non-Metallic Expansion .Toint Strips : Premolded, flexible cellular neoprene rubber 
filler strips complying with ASTM D 1056, Grade RE41EL capable of compression up to 
35%, of width and thickness indicated. 

Premolded Control Toint Strips : Material as indicated below, designed to fit standard 
sash block and to maintain lateral stability in masonry wall; size and configuration as 
indicated. 

Polyvinyl chloride complying with ASTM D 2287, General Purpose Grade, 
Designation PVC-635Cte. 

Bond Breaker Strit>s : Asphalt-satvirated organic rcwfing felt complying with ASTM D 
226, Type I (No. 15 asphalt felt). 



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MASOHRY CLEANERS 

Job- Mixed Itetergeiit Solution : Solution of trisodium phosphate (1/2 cup dry measure) 
and laundry detergent (1 12 cup dry measure) dissolved in one gallon of vater. 

MORTAR AND GROUT MIXES 

General : Do not add admixtures including coloring pigments, air-entraining agents, 
accelerators, retarders, trater repellant agents, enti-freeze compounds or other 
admixtures, unless otherwise indicated. 

Do not use calcium chloride in mortar or grout. 

Mixing : Combine and thoroughly mix cementitious, vater and aggregates in a 
mechanical batch mixer; comply Tvrith referenced ASTM standards for mixing time and 
■water content. 

Mortar for Unit Masonry: Comply vith ASTM C 270, Proportion Specification, for types 
of mortar required, unless otherwise indicated. 

Limit cementitious materials in mortar to portland cement-lime. 

Use Tvt>e M mortar for masonry belov grade and in contact with earth, and 
vh ere indicated. 

Use Tyi:>e S mortar for reinforced masonry and vhere indicated. 

Use Type N mortar for exterior, aboye-grade loadbearing and non-loadbe.aring 
walls; for interior loadbearing walls; and for other applications vhere another 
type is not indicated. 

Colored Pigmented Mortar: Select and proportion pigments with other ingredients to 
produce color required. Do not exceed pigment-to-cement ratio of 1-to-lO, by weight. 

Grout for Unit Masonry : Comply with ASTM C 476 for grout for use in construction of 
reinforced and nonreinforced iu:iit masonry. Use grout of consistency indicated or if 
not otherwise indicated, of consistency (fine or coarse) at time of placement i^ich will 
completely fill all spaces intended to receive grout. 

Use fine grout in grout spaces less than 2" in horizontal direction, unless 
otherwise indicated. 

Use coarse grout in grout spaces 2" or more in least horizontal dimension, unless 
otherwise indicated. 



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PART ^ - EXECUTION 

INSTALLATION. GENERAL 

Wetting Clay BficK : ¥et bricK made from clay or shale vhich have ASTM C 67 initial 
rate? of absorption (suction) of more than 30 grams per J) sq. in. per minute. Use 
wetting methods vhich ensure each clay masonry unit being nearly saturated but 
surface dry vhen laid. 

Do not vet concrete masonry units. 

Cleaning Reinforcing : Before placing, remove loose rust, ice and other coatings from 
reinforcing 

Thickness : Build cavity and composite vails, floors end other masonry construction to 
the full thickness sho-^tn. Build single- vythe vails (if any) to the actual thickness of 
the masonry units, using units of nominal thickness indicated 

Build chases and recesses as shovn or required for the vork of other trades. Provide 
not less than 8" of masonry between chase or recess and jamb of openings, and between 
adjacent chases aixd recesses. 

Leave openings for eq\jii>ment to be installed before completion of masonry '^'ork. 
After installation of equipment, complete masonry work to match work immediately 
adjacent to the opening. 

Cut masonry units using motor-driven saws to provide clean, sharp, michipped edges. 
Cut units as required to provide continuous pattern and to fit adjoining vork. Use full- 
size units vithout cutting where possible. 

Use dry cutting saws to cut concrete masonry units. 

Matching Existing Masonry Vork : Match coursing, bonding, color and texture of new 
masonry vork with existing work. 

CONSTRUCTION TOLERANCES 

Variation from Plumb : For vertical lines and surfaces of columns, vails and arrises <to 
not exceed 1/4" in 10', or 3/8" in a story height not to exceed 20', nor 1/2" in 40' or more. 
For external corners, expansion joints, control joints and other conspicuous lines, do 
not exceed 1/4" in any story or 23' maximum, nor 1/2" in 40' or more. For vertical 
alignment of head joints do not exceed plus or minus 1 /4" in 10', 1 /2° maximum. 

Variation from Level : For bed joints and line^ of exposed lintels, sills, parapets, 
horizontal grooves and other conspicui^us lines, do not exceed 1/4" in any bay or 20" 
maximum, nor 1/2" in 40' or more. For top surface of t>earing walls do not exceed 1/8" 
betveen adjacent floor elements in 10' or 1 / 16" vithin width of a single unit. 



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Variation of Linedr Bxiilding Line: For position shovn in plain and related portion of 
columns, vails and partitions, do not exceed 1/2" in any bay or 2Q' maximum, nor 3/4" 
in 40' or more. 

Variation in Cross-Sectional Dimensions : For columns and thickness of I'alls, from 
dimensions shovn, do not exceed minus 1 /4" nor plus 1 /2". 

Variation in Mortar loint Thickness: Do not exceed bed joint thickness indicated by 
more than plus or minus 1 /8", with a maximum thickness limited to 1 /2". Do not exceed 
head joint thickness indicated by more than plus or mintjs 1/8". 

LAYING MASONRY ¥ALLS 

Layout vails in advance for accurate spacing of surface bond patterns vith tiniform 
joint widths and to accurately locate opening, movement-type joints, i^turns and 
offsets. Avoid the use of less-than-half-size units at corners, jambs and vherever 
possible at other locations. 

Lay-up walls to comply with specified construction tolerances, with courses accvirately 
spaced and coordinated with other work. 

Pattern Bond : Lay exposed masonry in the bond pattern shown or, if not shown, lay in 
running bond with vertical joint in each course centered on units in courses above and 
below. Lay concealed masonry with all units in a wythe in running bond or bonded by 
lapping not less than 2". Bond and interlock each course of each wythe at comers Do 
not use units vlth less than nominal 4" horizontal face dimensions at comers or jambs. 

Stoi>t>in£f and Resiuning ¥ork : Rack back 1/2- unit length in each coui'se; do not tooth. 
Clean exposed surfaces of set masonry, wet tmits lightly (if required) and remove loose 
masonry units and mortar prior to laying fresh masonry. 

Built-in Vork : As the work progresses, build-in items specified tmder this and other 
sections of these specifications. Fill in solidly with masonry aroxmd built-in items. 

Fill space between hollow metal frames and masonry solidly with mortar, unless 
otherwise indicated. 

At exterior frames insert extruded polystyrene board instolation around 
perimeter of frame in thickness indicated but not less than 3/4° to act as a 
thermal break between frame and masonry. 

¥here btiilt-in items are to be embedded in cores of hollow masonry tmits, place 
a layer of metal lath in the joint below and rod mortar or grout into core. 

Fill cores in hollow masonry units with grout 3 courses (24") under bearing 
plates, beams, lintels, posts and similar items, unless otheri^ise indicated. 



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MORTAR BEDDING AND 10IHTING 

Lay solid brick-size masonry units "with completely filled bed and head joint; butter 
ends vith sufficient mortar to fill head joints and shoye into place. Do not sliBh head 
joints. At 'weepholes head joints, for their full height shall be left "without mortar 

Lay hoUov concrete masonry units vith full mortar coverage on hori2ontal and 
yerticaJ face shells. Bed vebs in mortar in starting course on footings and in all 
courses of piers, columns and pilasters, and vhere adjacent to cells or cavities to be 
reinforced or filled vith concrete or grout. For starting course on footings vhere cells 
are not grouted, spread out full mortar bed including areas under cells. 

Set stone units in full bed of mortar T/ith all vertical joints slushed full. Fill dovel, 
anchor and similar holes solid. Vet stone joint surface thoroughly before setting; for 
stone surfaces vhich are soiled, cleaix bedding and exposed surfaces vith fiber brush 
and soap povder folio ved by thorough rinsing vith clear vater. 

Maintain joint "yidths sho'^iTi, except for minor variations required to maintain bond 
alignment. If not shoTm, lay -vdlls vith 3/8" joints. 

Cut joints flush for masonry Ti'alls vhich are to be concealed or to be covered by other 
materials, unless other'?iise indicated. 

Tool exposed joints slightly concave using a jointer larger than joint thickness, unless 
otheriE'ise indicated 

Remo^'^ masonry units disturbed after laying; clean and reset in fresh mortar. Do not 
pound corners or jambs to shift adjacent stretcher units vhich have been set in 
position. If adjustments ai'e reqmred, remove uiuts, clean off mortar and reset in fresh 
mortar. 

STRUCTURAL BONDING OF MULTI-¥YTHE MASONRY 

Use individual metal ties installed in horizontal joints to bond vythes together. Provide 
ties as shovn, but not less than one metal tie for 4 sq. ft. of vail area spaced not to 
exceed 24" o.c. horizontally and vertically. Stagger ties in alternate courses. Provide 
additional ties "within 1 " - 0" of all openings and spaK^ not more than 3"-0° apart around 
perimeter of openings. At intersecting and abutting vails, provide ties at no more than 
24" o.c. vertically. 

Use continuous horizontal joint reinforcement installed in horizontal mortar joints for 
bond tie betveen "vythes. Install at not more than 16" o.c. vertically. 

Use either of the striKtural bonding systems specified above as indicated. 

Comers: Provide interlocking masonry unit bond in each course at corners, unless 
otherwise sho"!/n. 



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For horiaontolly reinforced mosonry, provide continuity at corners vith 
prefabricated "L" units, in addition to masonry bonding 

Intersecting and Abutting ¥alls: Unless vertical expansion or control joints are shovn 
at juncture, provide same type of bonding specified for structural bonding betveen 
wythes and space as follows : 

Provide individual metal ties at not more than 24" o.c. vertically. 

Provide continuity vith horizontal joint reinforcement using prefabricated 1" 
units. 

Intersecting Load-bearing ¥alls : If carried up separately, block or tooth vertical joint 
^th 8" maximum offsets and pro-^/ide rigid steel anchors spaced not more than 4-0" o.c. 
vertically, or omit blocking and provide rigid steel anchors at not more than 2-0" o.c. 
vertically. Form anchors of galvanized steel not less than 1-1/2" x 1/4" x 2"-0" long 
vith ends turned up not less than 2" or '^•ith cross-pins. If used vith hollov mascmry 
units, embed ends in mortar-filled cores. 

Non-bearing Interior Partitions: Build full height of story to undersi<te of solid floor or 
roof structure above, unless otherwise shovn. 

¥edge non-bearing partitions against above 'viih small pieces of tile, slate or 
metel. Fill joint 'S'ith mortar after dead load deflection of structure above 
approaches final position. 

CAVITY ¥ALLS 

Keep cavity clean of mortar droppings and other materials during construction. Strike 
joints facing cavity flush. 

Tie exterior vythe to back-up vith individual metal ties spaced not more than 18" o.c. 
vertically and 24" o.c. horizontally. Stagger alternate courses. 

Provide veep holes in exterior vythe of cavity vail located immediately above ledges 
and flashing, spaced 2-0" o.c, unless other vise located. 

Cover cai'ity side of veep hole vith copper or plastic insect screening before 
Icose-fill masonry insvdation is placed in cavity. 

HORIZONTAL ID INT REINFORCEMENT 

Deneral: Provide continiwus horizontal joint reinforcement as indicated. Install 
longitudinal side rods in mortar for their entire length vith a minimum cover of 5/8° 
exterior side of vails, 1/2" elsevhere. Lap reinforcing a minimum of 6°. 

Cut or interrupt joint reinforcement at control and expansion joints, unless otherwise 
indicated. 

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Reinforce veils -yith continuous horizontal joint reinforcing tmless specificsilly noted 
to be omitted 

Reinforce the foUoving vails vith continvwus horizontal joint reinforcement: 

Single vythe vails. 

Multi-vythe vails vith one or more stack t>ond vythes. 

HoUov concrete masonry vails. 

Multi-vythe masonry vails. 

Provide continuity at corners and -^i-all intersections by use of prefabricated "L" and T" 
sections. Cut and bend reinforcement units as directed by manufacturer for continuity 
at returns, offsets, column fireproofing, pipe enclosures and other special conditions. 

Space continuous horizontal reinforcement as foUovs; 

For multi-'^"snhe vails (solid or cavity) vhich are strticturally bonded by 
masonry headers or individual -^^-ire ties, space horizontal reinforcement 24" o.c. 
^'ertlce^lly. 

For multi-vythe •volls (solid or cavity) vhere contintiotjs horisontel 
reinforcement acts as structural bond or tie betveen vythes, space 
reinforcement as required by code but not more than 16" o.c. vertically. 

For single-'^Tthe vails, space reinforcement at 16" o.c. vertically, unless 
other vise indicated. 

Reinforce masonry openings greater than T-O" vide, vith horizontal joint 
reinforcement placed in 2 horizontal joints approximately 8" apart, immediately above 
the lintel and immediately belov the sill. Extend reinforcement a minimum of 2-0" 
beyond jambs of the opening except at control joints. 

In addition to vail reinforcement, provide additional reinforcement at openings 
as required to comply vith tlie at>cive. 

ANCHORING MASONRY VORK 

General : Provide anchor devices of type indicated. 

Anchor masonry to structural members vhere masonry abuts or faces strtjctural 
members to comply vith the foUoving: 



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Provide an open space not less than 1 " in vidth betveen masonry and strijctural 
member, unless otherwise indicated. Keep open space free of mortar or other 
rigid materials. 

Anchor masonry to structural members vith flexible anchors embedded in 
masonry joints and attached to structure. 

Space anchors as indicated, but not more than 24" o.c. yertically and 36° o.c. 
horizontally. 

Anchor single vythe masonry veneer to metal studs vith masonry veneer anchors to 
comply "^th the following requirements. 

rasten each anchor section through sheathing to metal studs vith 2 metal 
fasteners of type in<hcated. 

Embed tie section in masonry joints. Provide not less than 1" air space betveen 
bacK of masonry veneer ^S'Tlhe and face of sheathing. 

Loce.te anchor section relative to course in vhich tie section is embed-ded to 
allov maximum vertical differential movement of tie up and <kivri. 

Space anchors as indicated but not more thai'i 16" o.c. vertically and 24° o.c. 
horizontally. Install additional anchors •vithin I'-O" of openings and at 
intervals around perimeter not exceeding 3'-0". 

CONTROL AND EXPANSION TDINTS 

Oeneral : Provide vertical and horizontal expansion, control and isolation joints in 
masonry vhere shovn. Build-in related items as the masonry vork progresses 

Build flanges of metal expansion strips into masonry. Lap each joint 4° in direction of 
vater flov. Seal joints belov grade and at junctures "^th horizontal expansion joints, if 
any. 

Build flanges of factory-fabricated expansion joint units into masonry. See Division-7 
section "Elastic Expansion Joints". 

Build-in non-metallic joint filler vhere indicated. 

Build in horizontal pressure relieving joints vhere indicated; construct joints by either 
leaving an air space or inserting non-metalhc compressible joint filler of ^idth 
required to permit installation of sealant and backer rod. 

Locate horizontal pressure relieving joints beneath shelf angles si^porting 
masonry veneer and attached to structure behind masonry veneeiv 



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LINTELS 

Install steel lintels vhere indicated. 

Provide masonry lintels vhere shovn and vherever openings of more than I'-O" for 
brick size vmits and 2'-0" for block size units ere sho-sm -sdthout strvictural steel or 
other supporting lintels. Provide precast or formed-in-place masonry lintels. Cure 
precast lintels before handling and installation. Temporarily st^port formed-in-place 
lintels 

For hollov concrete masonry unit "walls, use specially formed U-shaped lintel 
units -^th reinforcement bars placed as shovn filled irith coarse grout. 

Provide minimum bearing of 8" at each jamb, unless otherr/ise indicated. 

FLASH INCt of MASONRY ¥ORK 

General : Provide concealed flashing in masonry "vork at, or above, shelf angles, 
lintels, ledges and other obstructions to the dovnvard flov of "water in the -wall so as to 
di'^rt su<::h vs.ter to the exterior. Prepai'e masonry surfaces smooth and free from 
projections vhich could puncture fleshing. Place through-vall flashing on sloping 
bed of mortar and cover vith mortar. Seal penetrations in flashing vith mastic before 
co't.'ering 7/ith mortal' . Extend flashings througli exterior fa:ce of masonry and turn 
dovn to form drip. 

Extend flashing the full length of lintels and shelf angles and minimum of 4" into 
masonry each end. Extend flashing from exterior face of outer vythe of masonry, 
through the outer '?^'ythe, turned up a minimum of 4", and through the inner vythe to 
vithin 1 /2" of the interior face of the 'S'all in exposed "work. ¥here interior surface of 
inner vythe is concealed by fxirring, carry flashing completely through the inner 
v\the and turn up approximately 2". At heads and sills turn up ends not less than 2" to 
form a pan. 

Interlock end joints of deformed metal flashings by over-lapping deformations not less 
than 1-1/2" and seal lap vith elastic sealant. 

Install flashing to comply vith manufacturer's installation. 

Provide veep holes in the head joints of the first course of masonry immediately above 
concealed flashings. Space 24" o.c, unless other vise indicated. 

Install reglets and nailers for flashing and other related vork vhere shovn to be built 

into masonry vork. 

INSTALLATION OF REINFORCED UNIT MASONRY 

Refer to Division-4 sections "Reinforced Unit Masonry" for installation requirements 
af>plicat>le to reinforced unit masonry. 



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FIELD QUALITY CONTROL 

Contractor shall employ, at his o-m expense, a testing laboratory acceptable to the 
Architect experienced in performing types of mseonry field quality control tests for 
masonry indicated. 

Unit Test Method: 

Brick Tests: lor each type and grade of brick indicated, test units by methods of 
sampling and testing of ASTM C 67 except select 5 bricks at random for each 1(M,CC0 
units or fraction thereof installed. 

Concrete Masonry Unit Tests : For each type, class and grade of c-oncrete masonry unit 
indicated, test units by method of sampling and testing of ASTM C 140. 

Mortar Tests : For each type indicated, test mortar by methods of sampling and testing of 
ASTM C 780. Condix:t tests no less frequently than that required to evaluate mortar tised 
to install each increment of masonry units indicated above from vhich samples are 
taken for testing. 

Prism Test Method: 

Compression Test : For each type of Trail construction indicated for testing., test masonry 
prisms by methods of sampling and testing of ASTM E 447, Method B, and as foUovs: 

Prepare one set of prisms for testing at 7 days and one set for testing at 28 days. 

Tor brick masonry prisms provide same height-to-thickness ration (h/t) as 
specified under preconstruction testing. 

For concrete masonry prisms pro\'ide same height-to-thickness ration (h/t) as 
specified under preconstruction testing. 

Construct tests no less frequently than that required to provide sets of prisms 
from each 5000 sq. ft. of vail area installed. 

Reixirt test results in '^Titing and in form specified under each test method, to Architect 
and Contractor, on same day tests are made. 

Evaluation of Quality Cotitrol Tests: Masonry vork, in absence of other indications of 
noncompliance vith requirements, vill be considered satisfactory if results from 
construction quality control tests comply vith minimum requirements indicated. 

REPAIR. POINTING, AND CLEAN IHG 

Remove and replace masonry units vhich are loose, chipped, broken, stained or 
otherwise damaged, or if units do not match adjoining units as intended Provi<te nev 



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units to match adjoining units and install in fresh mortar or grout, pointed to eliminate 
eyidence of replacement. 

Pointing : During the tooling of joints, enlarge any voids or holes., except -weep holes, 
and completely fill vith mortar. Point-up all joints including comers, openings and 
adjacent -wtirk to provide a neat, uniform appearance, prepared for application of 
sealants. 

Final Cleaning : After mortar is thoroughly set and cured, clean masonry as follo'ws: 

Remove large mortar t>8rticles by hand ■^ith ■vooden paddles and non-metallic 
scrape hoes or chisels. 

Test cleaning methods on sample vail panel, leave 1 /2 panel uncleaned for 
comparison purposes. Obtain Architect's approval of sample cleaning before 
proceeding wixh cleaning of masonry. 

Use bucket and brush hand cleaning method described in BIA "Technical Note 
No. 20 Revised" to clean brick masonry made from clay or shale, except use 
masonry cleaner indicated belov. 

Detergent. 

Clean concrete ui:Lit masonry to comply 'S'ith masonry manufacturer's directions 
and applicable to NOMA "Tek" bulletins. 

Cleajt bro^'i:istone units to comply vith requirements for cleaning brick 
masonry. 

Protection : Provide final protection and maintain conditions in a manner 
acceptable to Installer, vhich ensures unit masonry vork being without 
damage and deterioration at time of substantial completion 



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SECTION 042^0 - REINFORCED UNIT MASONRY 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dra'R'ings and genersl pro\'isioris of Contract, including General and Sui'p'lementarj'' 
Conditions and Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to vork of this section. 

Requirements of Section "Unit Masonry" apply to vork of this section. 

DESCRIPTIOH OF ¥ORK 

Extent of each type of reiiiforced unit masonry vork is indicated on draving; and in 

schedules. 

SUBMITTALS 

Mill Certificates : Submit steel producer's certificates of mill analysis, tensile and bend 
test? for reinforcement jteel required for project. 

FART 2 - PRODUCTS 

LTcneral : Refer to Section "Unit Masonry" for masonry materials and accessories not 
included in this section 

Reinforcement Bars : Proiz-ide deformed bars to following grades complying vith ASTM 
A 61!).. except as otherwise indicated. 

Provide Grade 60 for t>ars No. 3 to No. 18.. except as otherwise indicated 

Shop-fabricate reinforcement bars vhich are sho'S'n to be bent or hooked. 

PART \ - EXECUTION 

PLACING REIHEORCEMEHT 

General : Clean reinforcement loose rust., mill scale, earth, ice or other materials vhich 
vill reduce bond to mortar or grout. Do not use reinforcement bai"s vith kinks or bends 
not shovti on dra'sings or final shop dravings, or bars -sith reduced cross-section di.» 
to excessive rusting or other causes. 



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Ppgition reinforcing a'ccure.tely at the spacing indicated. Support secure \'ertic8J tars 
against displacement Horizontal reinforcing may be placed as the masonry vork 
progresses. ¥here vertical bars are shoTioi in close proximity, provide a clear distance 
betveen bai's of not less than the nominal bar diameter or 1 " (vhichever is greater). 

For columns, piers and pilasters., pro^^ide a clear distance between vertical bars 
as indicated, but not less than 1-1/2 times the nominal bar diameter or 1-1/2", 
vhichever is greater Provide lateral ties as indicated. 

Splice reinforcement bars vhere shoTsn.: do not splice at other points unless acceptable 
to the Architect. Provide lapped splices, unless otherwise indicated. In splicing 
vertical bars or attaching to dovels, lap ends, place in contact and vire tie. 

Provide not less than minimum lap shovn, or if not sho'STi.. as required by 
governing code. 

Embed metal ties in mortar joints 32. vorlc progresses, vith a minimum mortar cover of 
5/6" on exterior face of vails arid 1 /2" at other locations 

Embed prefabricated horizontal joint reinforcement as the '^'ork progresses, vith a 
minimuiLi cover of j/o" on exterior face of vails and 1/2" at other locations. Lap units 
not less than 6" at ends. Use prefabricated "L" and "T" units to proinde continuity at 
corners and intersections. Cut aiid bend urnts as recommended by manufacturer for 
continuity at returns, offsets, cobomn fireproofmg pipe enclostires and other special 
conditions. 

Anchoring : Anchor reinforced masonry vork to supporting structure as indicated. 

Anchor reinforced masonry vails to non-remforced masonry vhere they 
intersect. 

INSTALLATION, GENERAL 

Refer to Section "Unit Masonry" for general installation requirements to luiit masonry. 

Temporary FormvorK: Provide formvork and shores as required for temporary 
support of reinforced masOTiry elements. 

Ccmstruct form'^t^rk to conform to shape, line and dimensions shoTiTi. Make 
stiff iciently tight to prevent lealcag:e of mortar grout, or concrete (if any). 
Brace, tie and support oz required to maintain position and shape during 
construction and curing of reinforced masonry. 

Do not remove forms 3ti4 shores until reinforced masonry member have hardened 
sufficiently to carry their ovn veight and all other reasonable temporary loads that 
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Allov not less than the following minlmijm time to elapse after completion of 
member? befcre remchng chores or forms.. p'ro\'ided sijitable curing con<3itions 
have been obtained during the curing period. 

10 days for lintels, girders and beams. 

mSTALLATIOH OF REINFORCED CONCRETE UNIT MASOHRY 

General.: 

Do not vet concrete masonry units (CMU). 

Lay CMU imits -vith full-face shell mortar beds. Fill vertical head joints (end joints 
betveen units) solidly vith mortar from fac:e of unit to a distaiice behind face equal to 
not less thai'i the thickness of longitudinal face shells. Solidly bed cross- vebs of 
starting courses m mortar. Maintain head and bed joint vidths sho'S'Ti, or if not shovn, 
provi^te 3. ''6" joints. 

¥here solid CMU units ere shovn, lay vith full mortal' head and bed joints. 

Vails : 

Pattern Bond : Lay CMU Xw-ell units in 1 /2 rimning bond Tioth •\'ertical joints in each 
course centered on units in cjjurses above and below, unless otherwise indi.i:ated. Bond 
and interlock each course at corners mvJ intersections, use speciai-snapeo units vnere 
sho'?/Ti, and as required for corners., jambs, sash, control joints, lintels., bond beajns end 
other special conditions. 

Maintain vertical continuity of core or cell cavities, vhich are to be reinforced and 
grouted, to provide minimum clear dimensions indicated aiid to pro'^ride minimum 
clearaiice and grout coverage for Ti'-ertical reinforcement bars. Keep cavities free of 
mortar. Solidly bed vebs in mortar vhere adjacent to reinforced cores or cells. 

Vhere horisontal reinforced t>e-ams (bond beams) are shovn, use special units or 
modify regular units to allov for placement of continuous horizontal reinforcement 
bars. Place small mesh expanded metal lath or vire screening in mortar lomts under 
bond beam coui'ses over cores or cells of non-reinforced vertical cells, or pro^iide imits 
vith solid bottoms. 

Option : ¥here all ^^ertical cores are not shovn to be grouted. Contractor may 
elect to fill all vertical cores vith grout. In vhich case, requirements for 
mortar bedding of cross- vebs and closing of core spaces beloT/ bond beams do 
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Coliomns. Piers arid Pilasters : 

Use CMU units of the size, shape and number of vertical core spaces showi. If not 
shovn. use units vhich provide minimum clearances and grout coverage for number 
and size of vertical reinforcement bai's shovn. 

PiTivide pattern bond sho^n.. or if not shovn,. alternate head joints in veitical 
alignment. 

Vhere bonded pilaster construction is shovn, lay wdll and pilaster miits together to 
maximum pour height specified. 

Groutinsr: 



U^e "Fine Grout " per ASTM C 476 for filling spaces less than 4" in one or both horizontal 
directions 

Use "Coarse LTrout " per ASTM C 476 for filling 4" spaces or larger m both horizontal 
directions. 

Ctroutme Technigitf : At the Contractor's option, use either loTi'-lift or high-lift 
grouting techniques subject to reqiurements vhich foUo'^'. 

Lov-Lift. Grouting; : 

Provide minimitm clear dimension oi' 2" and clear area of 8 sq. in. in -.T'.rtical cores to be 
grouted 

Place vertical reinforcement prior to laying of CMU Extend above elevation of 
maximum pour height as required for splicing. Support in position at vertical 
inter'v'als not exceeding 192 bar diemeters nor 10 ft. 

Lay CMU to maximum pour height. Do not exceed j' height, or if bond beam occui's 
belov 5' height stop poui' at coui'se belo?/ bond beam. 

Pour grout using chute or container T;'ith spout. Rod or vibrate grout during placing. 
Place grout continijously; do not interrupt pouring of grout for more than one hour. 
Terminate grout poui-s 1-1/2" belov top course of poui'. 

Bond Beams: Stop grout in vertical cells 1-1/2" belo^ bond beam coui'se. Place 
horizontal reinforcing in bond beaias.: lap at corners and intersections as shovn. Place 
grout in bond beam couirse before filling vertical cores above bond beam. 

High-Lift Grouting : 

iNj not use high-lift grouting technique for grouting of CMU unless minimum cavity 
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Pro^'ide cleanout hole? in first course at sll ^^erticel cells vhich ere to be filled vith 
grout. 

Use ui:iits vith one face shell removed and provide temporary supports for units 
above, or use header units inth concrete brick sup'ports, or ctjtt openings in one 
face shell. 

Construct masonry to full height of maximum grout pour specified, prior to placing 
grcrUT. 

Limit grout lifts to a maximum height of !>" and grout pour to a maximum height 
of 24'.. for single vythie hollo v concrete masonry vails., unless otherwise 
indicated. 

Place vertical reinforcement before grouting. Place before or after laying masonry 
units., as required by lot- conditions Tie vertical reinforcement to dovels at base of 
masonry T/here shovn and thread CMU over or arouiid reinforcement. Support 
vertical reinforcement at intervals not exceeding 192 bar diameters noi' 10'. 

¥here indi^'idual bai's are placed after laying masonry., place '^'ire loops 
extending into cells as masonry is laid and loosen before mortar sets. After 
insertion of reinforcing bar, pull lofiips and bar to proper position and tie free 
ends. 

Vhere reinforcement is prefabricated into cage imits before placing., fabricate imits 
vith \'ertic8l reinforcement bars and lateral ties of the size and spacing: indicated. 

Place horizontal beain reinforcement as the masonry units ai'e laid. 

Embed lateral tie reinforc-ement in mortar joints vhere indicated. Place as masonry 
units are laid, at vertical spacing shown. 

¥here lateral ties are shovn in contact vith vertical reinforcement bars, 
embed additional lateral tie reinforcement in mortar joints. Place as sho"*!!, or 
if not shovn, pro\!ide as required to prevent grout blowout or rupture of CMU 
face shells, but provide not less than No. 2 bars or 8 gage ^nre ties spaced 16° 
o.c. for members with 20" or less side dimei:isions, and 8" o.c. for members vith 
side dimensions exceeding 20". 

Preparation of Grout Spaces : Prior to grouting, inspect and clean grout spaces. Remove 
dijst, dirt, mortal' droppings, loose pieces of masonry and other foreign materials from 
grout spaces. Clean reinforcing and adjust to proper position. Clean top surface of 
structural members supporting masonry to ensure bcind. After final cleaning and 
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Ih:i not t>lace grout uritil entire height of masonry to be grouted has attained sufficient 
strength to resist displacement of masonry units and breaking of mortar bond. Install 
shores and bracing, if required before starting grouting operations. 

Place grout by t'Umping; into grout spaces unless alternate methods are acceptable to 

the Architect. 

Limit grout pours to sections vhich can be completed in one vcrrlang day vith not 
more th8i:i one hour interruption of pouring operation . Place grout in lifts 'vhich do 
not exceed y. Allov not less than 30 minutes, nor more than one hour bet^-een lifts of a 
given pour. Rod or \'ibr8.te each grout lift during poui'ing operation. 

Place grout in lintels or beams o'v'er openings in one continucais pour. 

¥here bond t>e8m occurs more than one course belov top of {vour, fill bond beam 
course to vithm 1 " of vertically reinforced ca'^'lties. during constrwtion of masonry. 

¥hen more than one pour is required to complete a given section of masonry, extend 
reinforcement be-^iDnd masonry as reqiured for splicing. Poior grout to Tnthin 1-1 ,'2" of 
top 'iourse of first pouiv After grouted masonry is cui'ed. lay masonry ui:iits atid place 
reinforcement for second pour section before grouting. Repeat sequence if more poi^j 
are required. 



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SECTION 04^^00 - MASON R Y RESTORATION AND CLEANING 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dra'^'ings and general pro'\'isions of Contract, including General and Supfjlementary 
Conditions and IHvision-I Specification sections, apply to vork of this section. 

DESCRIPTION OF ¥ORK 

Extent of masonry restoration inork is indicated on dra^/ings and in schediales. 

Masonry restoration work incliides the folloving: 

Removal of plant grovth 

E'epairing damaged masonry. 

Cleaning' exposed masonry surfaces. 

Repointing mortar joints. 

Repairing stone vork. 

Masonry constrix:tion is specified in other Division-4 sections. 

.foint sealers ai'e specified in a Di'^/ision-? section. 

QUALITY ASSURAHCE 

Restoration Specialist : ¥ork must be performed by a firm having not less than !> years 
sixcessM experience in comparable masonry restoration projects end employing 
personnel skilled in the restoration processes and operations indicated. 

rield-ConstnK.ted Mock-Ups : Prior to start of general masonry restoration., prepare the 
foUo^ng sample pai'iels on building vhere directed by Architect. Obtain Architect's 
acceptance of visital qualities before proceeding '^Ith the vork. Retain acceptable 
panels in uiidisturbed condition, suitably marked, during construction as a standard for 
judging completed vork. 

Cleaning: Demonstrate materials and methods to be used for cleaning each type 
of masonry surface and condition on sample panels of approximately 25 sq. ft. in 
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Test adiacent noti-masonry materials for possible reaction ^s'ith cleaning 
materials. 

Ailov waiting period of duration indicated., but not less than 7 calendar 
days, after completion of sample cleaning to permit study of sample 
panels for negative reactions. 

Rer^ointing: Prepare 2 separate sample areas of approxiiaately 3' high by 6' 
vide for each type of repointing required, one for demonstrating methods and 
quality of irorkmanship expected in remo^fal of mortar from joints and the 
other for demonstrating quality of materials and vorkmanship expected in 
pointing mortar joints. 

Masonry 8i Stoneii'Tirl: P'epair : Prepare sample areas of size directed by the 
Architect for each tyi>e of mai^onry Si stonework materiel to t>e j>atched, rebuilt 
or replaced to demonstrate quality of materials arid ^s^'orkmanship. 

Sumx:e of Materials : ubt^sdn materials for masonry restoration from a single source for 
each typ-e materiaJ required (face brick, stone, cement, sand, etc.) to ensui'e match of 
quality, color, pattern, arid texti«'e. 

SUBMITTALS 



Product Dat-j : Submit menulacti«"er's technical data for each product indicated 
including recommendations for their application and use. Include test reports and 
certifications substantiating: that products comply with requirements. 

Restoration Program : Submit written program for each phase of restoration process 
Including: protection of surrounding mat.erisls on building and site during operations. 
Describe m detail materials, methods and eqmpment to be used for each phase of 
restoration work. 

If alternative methods and materials to those indicated are proposed for any 
phase of restoration work, provide "^^Titten description, including evidence of 
successful use on other, compai'able projects, and program of testing to 
demonstrate effectiveness for use on this project. 

DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING 

Cai'efully t>ack, handle, and ship mas^Dnry units and accessories strapf>ed together in 
suitable packs or pallets or in hea^J^' cartons. Unload and handle to prevent chipping 
and breakage. 

Deli^'^er other materials to site in manufacturer's original and unopened containers and 
packaging, bearing labels as to type and names of products and manufacturers. 



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Protect masonry restoration materials dm'ing storage and construction from vetting by 
redn, sno-^' or ground w-ater, and from staining or intermixture "sath earth or other 
typ-es of materials. 

Protect grout, mortal' and other materials from deterioration by moisture and 
temperature. Store in a dry location or in vaterproof container:. Keep c-ontainers 
tightly closed arid avay from open flames. Protect liquid components from freezing. 
Comply vith manufacturer's recommendations for minimum and maaimum 
temperature reqioirements for storage. 

PRCi.lECT CONDITIONS 

Clean masonry surfaces only vhen air temf>ere.tures are 40 deg.F (4 degC) and abo^'e 
and will remain so until masonry has dried out. but for not less than 7 days after 
completion of cleaning. 

I>Q not ret^oint mortar joints or repair masonry unless air temperatures are betveen 
40 deg F (4 deg.C) and SO deg.F (27 deg.C) and T/ill remain so for at least 48 hours after 
completion of "wxirk. 

Pre'.^nt grout or mortar used m repointing and repair vork from staining face of 
si.«'rounding masonry and other surfaces. Remove immediately grout snd mortar in 
contact vith exposed m^asonry and other surfaces. 

Protect sills. , ledges and projections from mortar aroppings. 

SEGUENC ING /SCHEDUL ING 

Perform m:asQnry restoration vork in the following sequence: 

Repair existing mijsonry including replacing existing masonry vith nev 
masonry materials. 

Ralce-out existing mortar from joints indicated to be repointed. 

Repoint existing mortal' joints of masonry requiring repointing. 

Clean existing masonry surfaces . 



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PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
MASQHRY MATERIALS 

race Bficlc and Accessorie; : Reuse existing face brick remuved from other location 
and accessories., including units for lintels, arches, corners, and other special ground, 
cut, or sQ.we'i shapes vhere reqiured to complete masonry restoration work. 

Building Brick : Provide building brick complying vith ASTM C 62 for masonry vork 
concealed from "\aev, of same vertical dimension as face brick 

Grade S¥ -^-here in contact vith earth. 

Grade 5¥, M¥, or H¥ for concealed back-up. 

Stone . Provide natui'aJ bmldmg stone of type (classification) end '^■'ith color, surface 
texture and sise to match existing. 

MORTAR MATERIALS 

Portland Cement ASTM C 150, Type I. 

for stonevork and other masonry indicated, provide non-staining vhite cement 
complying vith steining requirement of ASTM C 91 for not more than 0.03% 

vater soluble sJkeJi. 

Hvdrated Lime : ASTM C 207, Typ^e S. 

Aggregate for Mortar : ASTM C H4, unless otherwise indicated. 

Colored Mortar Aggregate : Nati^al or manufactured sand selected to produce 
mortar color indicated. 

lor pointing mortar provide sand with rounded edges. 

Match size, texture and gradation of existing mortar as closely as possible. 

Colored Mortar Pigment : Natural and s-}T:ithetic iron oxides and chromium oxides, 
compounded for use in mortar mixes. Use only pigments with record of satisfactory 
performance in masonry mortal's. 

Vater : Clean, free of oils, acids, alkalis and organic matter. 

Aggregate for Grout : ASTM C 404. 



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CLEANING MATERIALS AHD EQUIPMENT 

Vater for Cleatxine; : Clean, potable, free of oils, aci<J3, alkalis, salts, and organic matter. 

Brushes : Fiber bristle only. 

Alkaline Prevash Cleaner : Manufacturer's standard alkaline cleaner for prevash 
applications only vhich are followed by acidic cleaner of type indicated for aftervash. 

Product : Subject to compliance vith requireiaents, provide "Sure Klean 766 
Pre'S'BSh," ProSoCo, Inc. 

Acidic Cleaner : Manufacturer's standard strength acidic masonry restoration cleaner 
composed of hydroflijoric acid blended with other acids including trace of phosphoric 
a<Did and combined vith special '^'etting systems and inhibitors. 

Available Products : Subject to compliance vith requirements, produ^its vhich 
may be incorporated in the ^^ork include, but are not limited to, the following: 

"Diedrich 101 Masonry Restorer," Diedrich Chemicals. 

"Sure Kleen Restoration Cleai:ier," F>i'oSoCo, Inc. 

T?/C'-Pai't Limestone Cleaner : Mexiufacturer's standard tvo-psrt s^rstem consistine of 
alkaline cleaner for pre'^^'ssh and acidic cleaner for after'ss'ash. 

Available Products : Subject to compliance '5'ith requirements, products vhich 
may be incorporated in the ■^■•ork include, but are not limited to, the following: 

"Diedrich Limestone Cleaner Prerinse and Anerrinse': Diedrich 
Chemicals. 

"Sure Klean Limestone Prewash and After vash", ProSoCo, Inc 

Chemical Paint Remover : Manufacturer's standard thixotropic /alkaline foi'mulation 
for removing paint coatings from masonry. 

Available Products : Subject to compliance vith requirements, products vhich 
may be incorporated in the vork include, but ai'e not limited to, tlie folloving: 

"Diedrich SO5/6O6/6O6X Paint Remover".: Diedrich Chemicals. 

"SiJire Klean Heavy-Duty Paint Stripper"; ProSoCo, Inc. 

Li<iuid Strippable Masking Agent : Manufacturer's standard liquid, film forming, 
strippable masking material for protecting glass, metal and polished stone swfa<;;es 
frcim damaging effect of acidic and alkaline masonry cleaners. 



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Available PrcKJUJts Subject to compliance with requirements, products vhich 
may be incorporated in the "stirl: included, but are not limited to, the follo"5dng. 

"Diedrich Acid Guard"; Diedrich Chemicals. 

"Sure Klean Acid Stop"; ProSoCo, Inc. 

Spray Equipment : Pro-^nde equipment for controlled spray application of crater and 
chemical cleaners, if ai'iy, at rates indicated for pressure, measured at spray tip, and for 
TOlume. 

For spray application of '^'ater provide fan-shai>ed spray-tip vhich disperses 
■vater at angle of not le?? than 15 degree?. 

MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS 



Stone-tQ-Stone Adhesive : T'^'o-part polyester resin stone adhesive vith a 15-30 minute 
cui'e at 70 deg F (21 deg.C), in formulation (knife or floving grade) recommended by 
adhesive mejiutacturer for t'>'p:'e of stone repair indicated, and m color indicated or, if 
not otliervi^ie indicated, ai: selected by Architect from tinted or standard colors 
a'.^^lable from adhesi*.^ manufacturer. 

Product Subject to compliance i/nxh requirements, pro'\nde "Akeml" adhesi-i/es 
distributed by ¥ood and Stone. Inc , 7!)67 Gary Road, Manassas, VA 221 10. 

Mortar-to-Stone Adhesive : High modulu;, high strength, moisture insensitive epoxy 

ajhesive vith a pot life of 30 minutes at 40 deg.F (4 deg.C). 

Product : Sut'jt'.it to compliance vith requirements, provide "Sikadur Hi-Mod 
Epoxy, Sikastix 370"; Sika Chemical Corporation. 

Stone Anchors : lyp'^ o^"^'^ sise indicated or, if not indicated, to match existing in size and 
type. Fabricate aiichors and dovels from AISI Type 302/304 stainless steel. 

MORTAR MIXES 

General : 

Measurement arid Mixing : Measure cementitious and 8^.g"regate material in a dry 
condition by volume or equivalent veight. Do not measure by shovel, use kno-STi 
measure. Mix materials in a clean mechani<:«J batch mixer. 

Mixing Pointing Mortar : Thoroughly mix cementitious and aggregate materials 
together before adding any vater Then mix again adding only enough Traiter to 
produce a damp, un-^^'-orkable mix Ti'hich will retain its form -^en pressed into a 
ball Maintain mortar in this dampened condition for l-to-2 hours. Add 
remaining -s-ater m small p/ortions until mortar of desired consistency is 



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reached. Use mortal^ vithm 30 minutes of final mixing; do not retem[>er or use 
partially hardened material. 

Colored Mortar : Produce mortar of color required by use of selected ingredients. Do 
not adjust proportions without Architect's approval. 

Color Pigmented Mortar : ¥here colored mortar pigments are indicated do not 
exceed pigment-to-cement ratio of 1-to-lO.. t>y veight. 

Do not use admixtures of ariy kind in mortar, unless otherwise indicated. 

Mortal^ PrQt>ortiQns : 

Pointing Mortar for Bricl: : One part vhite Portland cement, 2 parts lime and 6 parts 
colored mortar aggregate. 

Add colored mortar pigment to product mortar colors required. 

Pointing Mortar for Stone : One part white portland cement, 1 part lime, 6 parts 
colored mortar aggregate . 

Add colored mortar pigment to produce mortar color reqmred. 

Rebmlding Morter : Saiae 85 pointing mortaiv 

Rebuilding; Mortar : Comply with ASTM C 270, Proportion Specification, Type N, unless 
otherwise indicated with cementitious material content limited to portlaiid cement- 
lime. 

Patching Mortar for Stone : Provide mix composed of white and gray cement combined 
with lime atid selected aggregates to produce color matching color of existing stone. 
Proportion mix ^hxh 2 parts cement, 2 parts lime and 6 parts aggregate. 

CTrout : ASTM C 476. 

CHEMICAL CLEANING SOLUTIONS 

General : Unless otherwise indicated, dilute chemical cleaning materials with water to 
produc:e solutions of concentration indicated but not greater than that recommended by 
chemical cleaner manufacturer. 

Acidic Cleaner Solution for Brick : Maximum hydrofluoric a»;id content; 3% 

Acidic Cleaner Solution for Unpolished Stone : Maximum hydrofluoric acid content: 3" 

Use acidic cleaner only on unpolished granite, unpolished dolomite marbles 
aiid siliceous sandstone. 



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Alkaline Cleaiier for Pre^s^a^h of Limestone : In concentration recommended by 
chemical cleaner maniofactvirer. 

Use alkaline cleaner only on calcite limestone as prewash. 

Acid Cleaner for After wash of Limestone: hi concentration recommended by chemical 
cleaner manufacrurer. 

Use above type only on calcite limestone as afiervash. 

Chemical Paint Remover : hi concentration recommended by chemical cleaner 
manufacturer 



PART -; - EXEC UT I OK 
PREPARATION 

Generel : Comply ^nxh recommendations of manufacturers of chemical cleariers for 
protecting building surfaces ag:ainst damage from exposure to their products. 

Protect persons, motor vehicles, sui'rounding surfaces of building vhose masonry 
surfaces are being restored, building site, and surroionding buildings from injury 
resi-ilting from masonry restoration work. 

Prevent chemical cleaning: solutions from coming into contact vith 
I>edestr^aiiS, motor vehicles, landscaping, buildings and other surfaces which 
could be injured by such contact. 

Do not clean masonry during winds of sufficient force to spread cleaning 



solutions to unprotected surfaces 



Dispose of rtJii-off from cleaning operations by legal means and in manner 
vhich prevents soil erosion, tmdermining of paving and fotndations, damage to 
landscaping, and water penetration into building interiors. 

Erect temporary protection covers over pedestrian walkways and at points of 
entrance and exit for persons and vehicles which must remain in operation 
during course of masonry restoration work. 

Protect glass, unt>ainted metal trim and polished stone from contact with acidic 
chemical cleaners by co^'ering them Tiatli liqiud strippable masking agent or 
polyethylene film and waterproof masking tape. Apply masking agent to comply '^I'ith 
manitfacturer's recommendations. Do not apply liquid masking agent to painted or 
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Protection can be eliminated subject to Architect's approval, if testing 
demonstrates no detriments! elTect from exposure to cleaning solutions 

Protect unpainted metal from contact TAth alkali chemical cleaners by covering them 
either •^ith liquid strippable masking sgent or polyethylene film aind •ve.terproof 
masking tape. 

CLEANING EXISTING MASONRY.. GENERAL 

Proceed vith cle-aning in an orderly manner; vork from top to bottom of each scaffold 
vidth aiid from one end of each elevation to the other. 

Use only those cleariing methods indicated for each masonry material 8i"id lo<::ation. 

Perform each cleaning method indicated in a manner vhich results in imiform 
coverage of ell surfaces., mclioding corners., moldings interstices and vhich produces 
an even effect vithout strealdng or damage to masonry surfaces. 

Rinse off chemical residi.;e end soil by vorking upvards from bottom to top of each 
treated ai'ea at each staga. or scaffold setting. 

Remo^;^! of Plant GroTi'th : Remove plai'it.. moss and shrub gro'^i'th completely from 

masonry siwfaces. Cai'efully remove plants, creepers and vegetation by cutting at roots 
oivi oJloving to dry <?; long c^ possible prior to rc:mo'\'cd. Rcmo"."^ loose soil or <3cbris 
from open masonry lomts tn whatever depth it occurs. 

Apply ammonium sulfamate or other acceptable root killing material to plant 
roots, in accordance '^'ith manufacturer's instructions Iki not apply materials to 
plants or vegetation to remain. 

¥ater At:>t:>lication Methods : 

Prolonged Spraying . Soal; masonry sm-faces by applying Ti'ater continuously aiid 
uniformly to limited area for time period indicated. Apply vater at lov pressures and 
lov volumes in form of multiple fine sprays using perforated hoses or multiple spray 
nosEles. Erect protecti\'e enclosure constrwted of polyeth-iJlene sheeting to cover area 
being sprayed. 

Spray Applications : Spray-apply vater to masonry surfaces to comply ^ith 
requirements indicated for location, purpos^e, vater temperatwe, pressui'e.. wlume aiid 
equipment. Unless otherwise indicated, hold spray nossle not less than 6" from svu'face 
of masonry and apply "water from side to side in overlapping bands to produce uniform 
co^J^rege end en e^^en effect. 

Lov Pressure Spray : 100-400 psi.: 3-6 gallons per minute. 



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Chemicel Cleeiier At^vlic&tion Metho-js : 

General : Apply chemical cleaners to masonry surfaces to comply 7/ith chemical 
maiiufacturer's recnmfflen<Jations using brush or spray application metho<3s.. at 
Contractor's option, unless other vise indicated. Do not sllov chemicals to remain on 
surface for periods longer than that indicated or recommended t>y manufacturer. 

Spray Application: Apply to pressures not exceeding 50 psi, unless other'vise in<3icated. 

Re&pplica.tion of Chemical Cleaners : Do not apply chemical cleaners to same masonry 
si.5r faces more then tvice. If additional cleaning is required use steam -vash. 

CLEANING BRICKVQRK : 

Cold ¥ater Vash : At locations indicated, clean brick masonry surface -^ath cold -S'-ater 
applied as fuller vs: 

Lev pressure spray 

Chemic-jj Cleerun^ : A* locations indicated, cleaii brick masonry surfaces vith acidic 
cleaner applied s^ follovs: 

Pre w'et masonry vith cold vater applied by lov pressiwe spray. 

Apply acidic cleaner to masonry. Let cleaner remain on siu-face for period 
indicated belc^' before rinsing avay: 

As recommended by chemical cleaner manufacturer. 

Fimse masonry '^ith cold vater to remove chemicals arid soil, applied as foUo^'S: 

Lo^' pressure spray. 

Repeat chemical cleaning procedure at>o^'e; vhere required to prodiK-e effect 
estal>lished by mock-up. Do not c{>ply more than tvice. 

Paint Removal: At locations indicated, remove paint from masonry surfaces as foUovs: 

Apply chemical paint remover to painted masonry vith brushes. 

Allov chemical paint remowr to remain on surfaces for period recommended 
by paint remover manufacturer. 

Remo^'e chemical end paint residue by rinsing '^'ith cold applied eis foUoTi's: 

Lot.' pressure spray. 



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Apply acidic cleaner as aii eiter'WQsh to masonry vhile it is still vet using lov 
pressure sprs.y equipment or soft fibered brijsh. Let cleaner remain on si^face 
for period recommended by manufacturer, unless otherwise indicated. 

Rinse masonry t/ith cold vater to remove chemicals and soil, applied as follows; 

Lov pressure spray. 

Paint Removal '^ith ¥ater-Rinsible Chemical Paint Remover: At locations indicated, 
remove paint from masonry surfaces as follo"^": 

Apply thick coating of ■^'ater-rinsible chemical paint remover to painted 
masonry vith natural fiber cleaning brush, deep-nap roller, or large paint 
brush. 

Allov chemical paint remo'/er to remain on surface for period recommended by 
paint remo\'er manufacturer. Agitate periodically vlth a stiff bristle brush. 

Remove chemical arid paint residue by rinsing vith vater applied as folio vs: 
Lov pressui'e spray. 
CLEANING ST0N£¥DF1E 
Cold T*r&t&r Vsgh ■ At locations iii.dioatti.d, cl&ia'i stone surfsu-res by follo'S'ing procsidvire. 

Prevet masonry vith prolonged spraying for duration indicated belov. 

Continue spraying until sui'face encrtjstation has softened sufficiently 
to permit its removal by ^•'ater vash. 



Remo','^. soil and softened surface encrustation from stone by appl^^ing cold 
vater as foilovs: 

Lov presstire spray. 

Cleaning mth Acidic Cleaner : At locations indicated, clean stone siu'fac^s 'S'ith acidic 
cleaner of dilution indicated, applied as foUo'S's: 

Prevet masonry '^'ith cold vater applied by lov pressure spray. 

Apply chemical cleaner to stone. Let cleaner remain on svirface for period 
indicated belov before rinsing qwsy- 

As recommended by chemical cleaner manufactui'er. 

Rinse stone '^■ith cold vater to remove chemicals and soil, applied as foilovs : 



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Lot.' pressi«'e spray. 

Repeat entire cleening procedure abo^'e vhere required to produce cleaning 
effect established by mock-up. Do not apply more than tvice. 

One-Part Chemical Cleaning of Limestone : At locations indicated, cleai'i limestone 
sitrfaces "^ith one-part s'rz-xem. u^ing one-part limestone cleaner of dilution indicated, 
applied as folio vs: 

Pre'wet stone vith cold ^/ater applied by lov-pressure spray. 

Apply one-pai't limestone cleaner to stone by using a soft-fibered brush or lo'!/- 
pressure spray eqiupment. Let cleaner remain on surface for period 
recommended by maiiufacturer. 

Immediately repeat application of one-part limestone cleatier as indicated above 
D-'^r the same area. 

Rinse stone Tidth cold ■^•■ater to remove chemicals and soil., applied by mediiom 
pressui'e spray. 

T'vi'Ti-Pai't Chemical Cleatiing; of Limestone : At locations indicated, clean limestone 
surfaces vith wo-perx systems using chemical cleaners of dilution indicated, applied as 

foliOT&'S: 

Prevet stone vith cold vater applied by lov pressure spray. 

Apply alkaline cleaner for prevssh to stone by brijsh or roller. Let cleaner 
remain on siu'face for period recommended by cleatier manufacturer, unless 
otherwise indicated 

Rinse stone "s^'ith cold vater to remove chemicals and soil, applied by low 
pressui'e spray. 

Ap{>ly acidic cleaner for after'^t'ash to stone vhile it is still vet using lov 
pressiore spray equipment or deep nap roller or soft fibered brush. Let cleaner 
remain on swface for period recommended by cleaner manufacturer, unless 
otherwise indicated. 

Rinse stone vith cold vater to remove chemicals and soil, af>plied by lov 
pressure spray. 

Repeat entire cleaning procedure above vhere required to produc:e cleaning 
effect established by mock-up. Do not apply more than t^^^ice. 



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BRICK REMOVAL AND REBUILD IHG 
Brick Remo^Tal . 

Cerefxilly remove by haiid aiiy brick vhich are damaged, loose, stalled or deteriorated. 

Cut out full uriits from joint to joint and in manner to permit replacement vith full size 
units. 

Sitf'i^jrt eivi t>rotect masonry indicated to remain vhich surrounds removal area. 

Salvage ss many vhole.. undamaged bricks as possible. 

Remove mortar., loose particles and soil from sal-\'ciged brick by cleaning '^■'ith brushe.s 
and vater. Store brick for reijse. 

Clean remaining brick at edges of removal areas by removing mortar, dust and Iciose 
■tebris in preparation for rebuilding. 

Brick Rebuilding : 

Install salvaged brick to replace removed brick. Fit replacement luiits into bonding 
and coursing pattern of existing brick. If cutting is required tjse motor dri'^J^n sa-s- 
designed to cut masonry vith clean, shai'p unchipped edges. 

Lay replacement brick •^ith completely filled bed head and eollat' joints Butter ends 
vith sufficient mortar to fill head joints and sho^^ into place. Vet clay brick vhich 
have ASTM C 67 initial rates of absorption (si.K;tion) of more than ;:0 grams per yj sq. in. 
per minute. Use vetting methods vhich ensure that ut:iit3 are nearly saturated but 
stjrface dry vhen laid. Maintain joint ^sidth for replacement units to match existing. 

Repoint nev mortar joints in repaired area to comply ■^ith requirements for 
repointing existing masonry, except rake out joints before mortar sets. 

STOHE REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT 

Carefully remove by hand at locations indicated any stone vhich has deteriorated, 
shifted, or is damaged beyond repair. 

Remo'v'^ mortar., loose particles and other debris from salvaged stone and stone 
surrounding removed units in preparation for resetting. 

Replace removed stone with salvaged stone, vhere possible, or vith nev stone 
matching existing, incliiding size. Butter wrtical joints for full ^i'idth before setting 
and set units in full bed of mortar, imless other-^ise indicated. 

Repoint new mortar joints to comply ^-"ith requirements for repointine existing 
masonry, except rake out joints before mortar sets. 



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STOHE REPAIR 

CareMly remo'^. loose stone fragments in areas vhich require repair. Reuse only 
pieces of spadled stone '^'hich are in sound condition. 

Remove soil loose stone particles, mortar, and other debris and foreign material from 
swfaces to be bonded of both fragment and building stone from vhich it iras removed 
by cleaning vith stiff brush. 

At:>t>ly adhesive to comply wixYi adhesive manufacturer's directions. Coat bonding 
sui'face of building stone 7/ith stone-to-stone adhesive completely filling all voids and 
<:overing: all surfaces Fit stone fragments onto building stone vhile adhesi^'e is still 
tacky and hold fragment securely in place mitil a^dhesive hes- cm'ed. 

After adriesive- ha^ cured fitlly, further aiichor stone fragments larger than 6" x 6" x 
6" m any dimension vith 1/4" diameter plain stainless steel rods set into 1/4" diameter 
holes drilled at a 45 deg dovnvai'd angle through face of stone Center and space 
anchor rods not more than y nor less thaii 3" apart and not less than 2" from any edge. 
Insert rods not less than 2" into backing stone and 2" into fragment mlh end 
countersunk at least 3/4" from exposed face of stone. 

Clean any residual adhesi'','^ from edges. ¥et stone and fill any chipped 9ri^-92 and drill 
holes vith patching mortal' Ai/oid featheredgmg Furnish patched ai'eas to match 
textiu-e of and be le^^l Tvith adjoining surroimding stone surfaces. Keep patching 
mortar damp for 72 houi's 

STOHE PATCHING 

Remove loose particles, soil, debris, oil and other contaiainants from existing stone 
units at locations indicated by cleaning vith stiff bn.i?h. 

Brush coat stone surfaces "sath mortar-to-stone adhesive to comply "^vith manufacturer's 
directions 

Place t>atching mortar in la'j'ers no thicker than 2". Roughen surface of each la.'j'er to 
provide key for next 

Keep each la^^er damp for 72 hours or until mortar has set. 

Unacceptable t>atches are defined as those vith hairline cracks or sho'^iing separation 
form stone at edges. Remove patches and refill to provide patches free of tliose defects. 



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REPQINTIHG EXISTIHG MASOHRY 

.foint Ratiifig : 

Rake out mortar from joints to depths equsl to 2-1/2 times their vidths but not less than 
1/2" nor less than that reqmred to expose sound, un weathered mortar. 

Remove mortar from masonry surfaces "^/ithin ral^es-out joints to pro^nde reveals V/1th 
sqijare be.cks and to expose meisonry for contact ^'ith pointing mortoii^ . Brush, vacuum 
or flush joints to remo^'e dirt and loose debris. 

Do not st>all edges of masonry miits or widen joints. Replace any masonry units 's^ich 
become damaged. 

Cut out old mortar by hand with chisel and mallet, imless other wise indicated. 

Joint Pointing : 

Rinse m^asonrv iuint surfaces with water to remove any dust and mortar pai'ticles. Time 
application of rinsing so that., at time of pointing, excess water hai^ evaporated or run 
off, and joint surfaces are damp but free of standing water. 

Apply first layer of pointing mortar to areas where existing mcrtaj' was removed to 
depths grratrr than jurrounding nrra^. Apply in In-jfrr? not rrrntcr thrn "l/ft" un'.il a 
uiiiform depth is formed Compact each la^.'er thoroughly and allow to become 
thumbprint-hard before appl'hng next layer. 

After joints ha^^ been filled to a tjniform depth, place remaining pointing mortar in 3 
layers with each of first and second layers filling approximately 2/:. oi joint depth aiid 
tliird layer the remaining l/j. Fully compact each layer and allow to become 
thumbprint hard before applying next layer. ¥here existing bricks have roi.inded 
edges recess final layer slightly from face. lal:e care not to spread mortar over edges 
onto exposed masonry surfaces, or to featheredge mortar . 

¥hen mortal^ is thumbprint hard, tool joints to match original appearance of joints, 
unless otherwise indicated. Remove excess mortar from edge of joint by brushing. 

Cure mortal' by maintaining in a damp condition for not less than 72 hours. 

Vhere repointing work precedes cleaning of existing masonry allow mortar to hai'den 
not less than 30 de.'\'s before beginning cleaning work. 

riHAL CLEANING 



After mortar has fully hardened, thoroughly clean exposed masonry surfaces of excess 
mortar and foreign matter using still nylon or bristle brushes and clean ■^•'ater, spray 
applied at low pr essiwe. 



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U^e of metel rcraper? or brii^he? ^nil not be permitted 
Use of acid or alkali cleaning agents ^dll not be permitted. 

EIC OF SECTION 04500 



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SECTION 0*^120 - STRUCTURAL STEEL 

PAET 1 - GENERx^L 
RELATED DOCUMEHTS 

Cra^'ings end general pro^'isions of Contract., inclioding (renerel and Sijjj-plementary 
Conditions and Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to '^'orl; of tliis section. 

SUMMARY 

Extent of structural steel '^I'ork is sho^m on drawings, including schedules notes and 
details to sho v size and location of members., typic^al connections., and Tyj:.e of steel 
required. 

Stri.Ktural steel is that -^^Tirk defined in American Institute of Steel Coristri.K:tion (A IS/) 
"Code of Standard Practice" ;and as other'^ise shovn on dravings 

Miscellaneoik" Metal Fat>f ications are specified elsevhere in Division j. 

Refer to Division "i for anchor bolt installation in concrete: Dhasion 4 for masonry. 

Source C^jalitv Control : Materials and fabrication procedures are subject to inspection 
and test? in mill., shop, and field., conducted by a qualified inspection agency. Such 
inspections and tests vill not reliei'e Contractor of responsibility for providing 
materials and fabrication procediwes m compliance isath specified requirements. 

Promptly remo'/^ and replace materials or fabricated components vhich do not 
comply 

Design of Members arid Connections : Details sho?m are tyi>ical.: similar <tetails apply to 
similar conditions., unless otherwise indicated. Verii"y dimensions at site vhenever 
possible vithout causing delay in the ^-ork. 

Promptly notify Architect vhenever design of members aiid connections for 

any portion of structure are not clearly indicated. 

SUBMITTALS 

Product Data : Submit producer's or manitf&::turer's specifications atid installation 
instructions for folloTi'ing products. Include laboratory test repoi'ts and other data to 
shov compliance vith specifications (including specified standai'ds). 

Stru<;:turai steel (each type), including certified copies of mill reports co^^ring 
chemical and ph^rsical properties 



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High-strength bolts (e&ch t'j'pe), including nuts eind 'S'ashers. 

Structural steel primer paint. 

Shrinkege-resistQut grout. 

Shot' Drawings : Submit shop dr&vmgs prepai-ed under supervision of a registered 
professional engineer, including complete details and schedules for fabrication and 
a^semMy of structural steel members, procedures and diagrams. 

Include details of cuts, connections, camber, holes, and other pertinent data. Indicate 
velds by standard kVS A2 1 and A2 4 s^^nbols, and shov size, length, aiid type of each 
s'Teld. 

Pro-\'ide setting drawings, templates, and directions for installation of anchor 
bolts and other ajichorag:es to be installed as "s-ori; of this section 

Test P:eports : Submit coties of reports of tests conducted on shop and field bolted and 
velded connections. Include data on type(s) of tests conducted and test results. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Codes and Standards : Comply T&ith provisions of following, except as otherwise 

indicated: 

A ISC "Code of Steridard Practice for Steel Buildings and Bridges". 

Paragrat^h 4.2.1 of the above code is hereby modified by deletion of t?ie 
folloTi'ing sentence: "This approval constitutes the o'^.'ner's acceptaiice 
of all responsibility for the design adequacy of any connections 
vtesigned by the fabricator as a part of his preparation of these shop 
■drawings". 

A ISC "Specifications for the Design, Fabrication, and Erection of Strvictural Steel 
for Buildings", including the "Commentary" and Supplements thereto as issued. 

A ISC "Specifications for Structural Joints using ASTM A 325 or A 490 Bolts" 
approved by the Research Council on Ri^'eted and Bolted Strtxtural Joints of the 
Engineering Foundation . 

American ¥elding Society (A¥S) Dl.l "Structural ¥elding Code - Steel". 

ASTM A 6 "General Requirements for Delivery of Rolled Steel Plates, Shapes, 
Sheet Piling and Bars for Structural Use". 

Cn.iaJifications for Yeldmg ¥orlc : Qualify -w-elding processes and irelding operators in 
accordance vith A¥S "Standard Qi.ialification Procedi^e". 



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Pro^'ide certification that T.'elderj to be employed in T/ork have satisfactorily passed 
A¥S qualification tests. 

If recertification of Ti'elders is required, retesting vill be Contractor's 
responsibility. 

DELIVERY.. STORAGE AND HAHDLINCt 

Deliver materials to side at such inter-sJ^s to insure uninterrupted progress of i/vrk . 

Deliver anchor bolts arid anchorase devices, vhich are to be embedded in cast-in-place 
concrete or masonry, in ample time to not to delay '^'ork. 

Store me.teriels to permit easy access for inspection aiid identification Keep steel 
members off ground, i^ing pallets, platforms, or other supports Protect steel members 
aiid p8.ckag:ed matensls from erosion and deteric>ration . 

Do not store materials on structure m a mexmer that might cat.ise distortion or damage 
to members or supporting structures Repair or replace dsjn age^ material: or 
strtictures as directed. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 



MATERIALS 

Metal Surfaces, General : For fabrication of vork vhich ^ill be exposed to viev, use only 
materials vhich are smooth and free of siwface blemishes including pitting rust and 
scale seam marks roller marks, rolled trade names and roughness. Remove such 
blemishes by grinding, or by 's^eldiiig and grinding, prior to cleaning, treating and 
application of surface finishes. 

Structural Steel Shapes, Plates and Ears : ASTM A Jb. 

Hot-Formed Steel Tubing : ASTM A 501. 

Steel Pipe: ASTM A 53, Type E or S, Grade B; or ASTM A 501 . 

Finish : Black, except vhere indicated to be gal'^'anised. 

Steel Castings: ASTM A 27, Grade 5j-?5, mediiwn-strength carbon steel. 

Anchor Bolts : ASTM A 307, nonheaded t'^'pe unless other'vise indicated. 



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Unfmishej Threaded Fasteners : ASTM A iU7. Grade A. regulai' lov-carbon steel bolts 
andnuts. 

Provide hexagonal heads and nuts for all connections. 

High-Streneth Threaded Fasteners : Hea-'.'->- hexagon strtKtural bolts., heor-p/ hexagon 
nuts., and herdened ■^i'Sishers.. 8S foUovs: 

Qi.jenched en4 tempered medium-<«rbon steel bolts, nuts and washers, 
complying vith ASTM A 32!). 

Direct tension indicator vashers may be used at Contractor's option. 

Electro-jes for Veldmg Comply vith A¥S Code. 

StriKJturaJ Steel Primer Paint : Red lead-irori oxide, oil alkyd; TT-P-£^'. Type II. 

Metallic Shrinkag:e-Resistant [Jrout : Pre-mixed factory-packaged ferrous ag:gregate 
grouting compound. 

Available Products : Subject tc compliance vith requirements, products vhich 
lae.y be incorporated in the vork include, but are not limited to, the foUoving: 

Firmix.- Euclid Chemical Co. 
Embeco 133; Master Builders. 
Ferrolith G ; Sonneborn /Con tech . 
Irontox, T0';;:h Brothers. 
Kemox C; Sika Chemical. 
Vibra-Foil.:¥.R.&ra:;:e. 

Non-metallic Shrinkase-ResistaiitGroui : Pre-mixed.. non-metallic, non-corrosive, non- 
staining product containing selected silica sands, portland cement, s^xrinkage 
compensating agents, plasticising and '^'ater reducing agents, complying vith CE-CRD- 
C621. 

Avedlable Products : Subject to compliance ^th requirements, products vhich 
may be incorporated m the ^xirk include, but are not limited to, the folloTi'ing: 

Eueo N.S..: Eioclid Chemical Co. 
Cr-jrstex; L&M Construction Chemicals 
Masterfluv713; Master Builders 
Fi'i'e Star Grout; U.S. Grout Corp. 
Up-coii: Upco Chem. Div., USM Corp. 
Propal:; Protex Industries, Inc. 
Set Non-Shrink; Set Products, Inc. 



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rAERICATION 

Shop Fabrication and Assembly : Fabricate and assemble structural assemblies in shop 
to greatest extent possible. Fabricate items of structural steel in accordance vith AISC 
Specifications and as indicated on final shop dravings. Provide camber in striactural 
members vhere indicated. 

Properly mart: and match-m;3ii'K materials for field assembly. Fabricate for delivery 
seqijence vhich will expedite erection and minimize field handling of materials. 

Where finishing is required, complete assembly, inclijding T/elding of ijnits, before 
start of finishing operations. Provide finish sm'faces of members exposed in final 
structure free of mai' kings, burrs, aiid other defects. 

Connections : ¥eld shop connections, as indicated 

Bolt field connections, except where velded connections or other connections are 
indicated. 

Provide high-strength threaded fasteners for eJl bolted connections ex<:«pt 
where unfinished bolts are indicated. 

High-Strength Bolted Construction : Install high-strength threaded fasteners in 
accordaiice with AISC "Specifications for Structuriid Joints usms ASTM A 325 cr A 490 
Bolts" (RCRBSJ). 

Velded Construction : Comply with A¥S Code for procedures, appearance and quality of 
welds, atid methods used in correcting T^-elding work. 

Assemble and weld built-up sections by methods which ^"ill produce true alignment of 
a>:es "^idthout "Ti'-arp. 

Steel ¥all Framing : Select members which are true and straight for fabrication of steel 
Ts-all framing. Straighten as required to provide miiform, square and true mem1:>ers m 
cjiimpleted wall framing. 

Holes for Other Vork : Provide holes required for securing other ^"ork to structural 
steel framing, and for passage of other work through steel framing members, as shown 
on final shop drawings. 

Provide threaded nuts ^^'elded to framing, and other specialty items as indicated to 
receive other '^'ork 

Cut, drill, or punch holes perpendicular to metal surfaces. Do not flame cut holes or 
enlarge holes by burning. Drill holes in bearing plates. 



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SHQFPAIKTIHG 

General: Shop paint structural steel., except those members or portions of members to 
be embedded in concrete or mortal'. Paint embedded steel ^stnch is partially exi>osed on 
exposed portiotis and initial 2" of embedded areas only. 

Do not paint surfaces -vhich are to be iRnelded or high-strenglh bolted vith 
rr iction-type connections . 

Apply 2 coats of paint to surfaces vhich are inaccessible afier assembly or 
erection. Change color of second coat to distinguish it from first. 

Surface Preparation : After inspection and t>efore shipping., clean steel'^'ork to be 

painted. Remove loose rust., loose mill scale., and spatter., slag or flUA deposits. Clean 
steel in accordence vith Steel Structures Painting Coi.incil (SSPC) as follo'Ti^'s; 

SP-5 "Pow'er Tool Cleaning" 

Peinting : Immediately after surface preparation., apply structural steel primer paint in 
accordance ^mh manufacturer's instructions and at a rate to provide dry film thickness 
of not less thaii 1.!) mils. Use painting methods vhich result in f\jll coverage of joints, 
corners, edges and exposed surfaces. 

COLUMH FIREPRCiOriHG 

¥here indicated on the dra-^iangs fireproofed steel columns shall be Fire-Trol 
pref>-,tricated columns as manut"acti«-ed by Lally Tubijlar E'iv. Columns shall be 
maiiufactui'ed in accordance ^ixh the latest specifications of the Americaii histitute of 
Steel Construction, and the American Concrete Institute. Minimum co-z-enng of 
fireproufuig shall be in accordance with minimum hoiirly rating requirements 
extablished by Under writers' Laboratories.. Inc. (R-'3%b- 1-2-3-4). 

Structural steel shall be VI shapes conforming to ASTM A-36. 

Concrete filling shall attain an ultimate compressive strength of 5000 psi in 28 days, 
machine mixed and mechai:ii-caly vibrated to eliminate voids and insure density. 

All Fire-Trol columns shall t>ear the label of Under-^rter's Laboratories, Inc., for the 
inspection manifest and tlie hourly firerating sho'^n on the drawings. 

All Fire-Trol coliunns shall receive one (1) shop coat of standard metal primer in 
accordance vith the pro^/isions of tliis section. 



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PART A - EXECUTION 
IRECTIQN 

Temporary Shoring and Bracing : Provi<3e temporary shoring and bracing mem1:>ers 
■with connections of sufficient strength to beer imposed loads. Remo^'e temporary 
members and connections vhen permanent members are in place and final 
connections are made. Pro^hde temporary guy line^' to achieve proper alignment of 
structures as erection proceeds. 

Temporary Planking : Provide temporary planking and working platforms as 
necessary to effecti'.'^Iy complete ■s'ork. 

Setting Ease" and Bearing Plate; . Clean concrete and masonry bearing surfaces of 
bond-redix:ing materiiEils end roijgheti to improve bond to surfaces. Clean bottom 

surface of base and beai'lng plates. 

Set loose and attached base plates and bearing plates for structural members on vedges 
or other adjijsting devices. 

Tighten anchor bolts after supported members have been positioned and phombed. Ik> 
not remove ^s/edges or shims, but if protruding., cut off flush -^''ith edge of base or 
t-eerine plate prior to packing vith grout. 

Pack grout golidly bet^ieen beering surfaces erid hesei. or plates to ensiu'e tliat no voids 
remain. Finish exposed si;i^faces. protect installed materials, and ello'S'to cure. 

For proprietary grout materials, comply with manirf'acturer's instructions. 

Field Assembly : Set structural frames accurately to lines and elevations indicated. 
Align and adjust various members forming a p;art of a complete frame or structiore 
before permanently fastening. Clean bearing surfaces and other surfaces vhich '^■■ill 
be in permanent contact before assembly. Perform necessary adjustments to 
ojmpensate for discrepancies in elevations and alignment. 

Level and plumb individual members of structure within specified A ISC tolerances. 

Establish required leveling and plumbing measurements on mean operating 
temperature of structi«'e. Malce allo's^'ances for difference bet-^i^-een temperatui-e at time 
of erection and mean temperature at which structure ■^^ill be when completed and in 
service. 

Splice members only where indicated and accepted on shop dra"5angs. 

Erection Bolts : On exposed welded construction., remove erection bolts., fill holes with 
plug; welds and grind smooth at exposed sui'faces. 



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Comply viih AL^C Soecifjcations for bearing, adequacy of temporai'y connections. 
alignment, end remo*,^ of paint on surface? adjacent to field weldi-. 

Do not enlarge unfair holes in members by biwning or by use of drift pins, except in 
secondary bracing members. Ream holes that must be enlarged to admit bolts. 

Gas Cutting : Do not use gas cutting torches in field for correcting fabrication errors in 
primary structural framing. Cutting 'will be permitted only on secondary members 
vhich ere nor under stress, 85 acceptable to Architect. Finish gas-cut sections eqioal to 
a sheared appearance vhen permitted. 

Touch-Up Painting : Immediately alier erection., clean field velds, bolted connections, 
and abraded areas of shop paint. Apply paint to exposed areas using seme materiel as 
used for shop painting. 

Apply by brush or spray to provide a minimum dry film thickness of 1 j mils. 

QUALITY COHTROL 

The u^'Tier may engage at his expense an independent testing and inspection agency to 
inspect high-strength bolted connections and '^'elded connections and to perform tests 
aiid prepare test reports . 

Testing ag:ency shall conduct aiid interpret tests aiid state in each report iK^iether test 
specimens comply -ath requirements, and specifically state any deviations therefrom. 

Pro-nde access for testing agency to places vhere structural steel v.'Xirk is being 
fabricated or produced so that required inspection arid testing can be accomplished. 

Testing 3g;eriCy may inspect structiiral steel at plarit before shipment; hof.'ever. 
Architect reser'/es right, at any time before final acceptance, to reject material not 
compl^'ing vith specified requirements 

C orrect deficiencies in structui'al steel -s'ork vhich inspections and laboratory test 
reports have indicated to be not in compliance vith requirements. Perform additional 
tests, at Contractor's expense, as may be necessary to rec^iDnfirm any non-compliance of 
original TvTirk, and as may be necessary to shov compliance of corrected vork. 

Shop Bolted Connections : Inspect or test in accordance vith A ISC specifications. 

SI'iop ¥elding : Inspect and test diu'ing fabrication of structural steel assemblies, as 

follO'5'S: 

C^ertify Ti'Tglders and conduct inspections and tests as required. Record t^'pes end 
locations of <tefects found in vork. Record vork required and performed to 
correct deficiencies. 

Perfcrm 'hsual inspection of all T.^elds. 
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Perform tegtg of velds &s follows. Inspection procedures listed ere to be ijsed at 
Contractor's option 

Field Bolted Connections : Inspect in accordance mih A ISC specifications 

field ¥elding . Inspect arid test during erection of strix:tursl steel as follows: 

Certify T/elders and conduct inspections and tests as required. Record typ-es and 
locations of defects found in vork. Record m)rk required aiid performed to 
correct deficiencies. 

Perform 'S'isi^l inspection of ell '^'elds. 

Perform tests of w-elds as fnllo-T,'^.: 

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SECTION 0S2 10 - STEEL JOISTS 



PART 1 - GENERAL 



RELATED DOCUMENTS 



Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and 
Sijp-j>leDientai'y Conditions and Dl^'ision-l Sf>ecification sections apply to 'vork of this 
section. 

SUMMARY 

Extent of steel loists is she vn on dravmgs. including basic layout and type of joists 
required. 

SUBMITTALS 



Product Data . Sutmit manufacturer's specifications and installation instructions for 
each type of joist aiid accessories Include maiiufacturer's certification that joists 
comply vith SJI "Specifications". 

Shop Dra.'^''ings : Submit detailed drawings sho'^'ing layout of joist utiits, special 
connections, jointing: and accessories. Include mark, number, type, location and 
spacing of joists and bridging 

Provide templates or location dravings for installation of anchor t>olts aiid 
meteii bearins plates 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Provide joists fabricated in compliance "sdth the follo-^dng, and as herein specified. 

Steel Joist Institute (SJI) Standard Specifications, Load Tables and ¥eight Tables 
for: 

K-Series Open ¥eb Steel Joists 

Qualification of Field Veldina: Qualify velding processes at:id ^-elding operators in 
accordance v/ith the American Velding Society "Structural ¥elding Code," A¥S DM . 

Inspection : Inspect joists and girders in accordance vith SJI specifications. 



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DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HAHDLING 



Deliver, store and handle steel joists as recommended in SJI "Specifications". Handle 
and store joists in a manner to avoid deforming members and to avoid excessive 
stresses. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

MATERIALS 

Steel : Ccimply "^iith SJI "Specifications". 

Steel Prime Paint : Comply TAth SJI "Specification?". 

Bedding Mortar : For loist ends beaj'ing on concrete or masonry, provide bedding mortar 

as 1 uilOT.'S : 

Metallic shrinkage-resistaiit mortar.: commercial, premixed material. 

Prodi.K ts offered by manufacturers to comply vith requirements inclijde 

the follo-^'ins:. 

Embeco I'T; Master Builder? 
Ferrolith-&; Sonneborn Contecli. 
IrontuA; Toch Brothers. 
Kemox C: Sika Chemical 

Vibra-Foii,¥, R.Grace. 

Non-metallic shrinlvige-resistsnt mortal': premixed, non-corrosive, non- 
staining product containing selected silica sands, Portland cement, shrinkage 
compensating agents, plasticising and vater reducing agents, complying vith 
CRD-C621. 

Products offered by manufacturers to comply 'with reqtiirements for 
noti-metallic, non-shrink mortar include following: 

Euco N.S.; Euclid Chemical Co. 
Crystex; L&M Construction Chemicals 
Master flov 713.: Master Builders 
Five Star Orout; U.S. Grout Corp. 
Upcon; Upco Chem. Div., USM Corp. 
Propal:; Protex Industries, Inc. 

FABRICATION 

General : Fabricate steel joists in accordance '5;'ith SJI "Specification". 

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Holes in Chor'd Members Provide holes in chord members vhere sho^.Ti for securing 
other work to steel joists.: hovever.. deduct area of holes from the area of chord vhen 
calculating strength of member. 

Extended Ends: Pro^/ide extended ends on joists vhere sho-Ti, comp-l^ang -sdth 
manufacturer's st8i"id8rds end requirements of applicable SJI "Specifications" end load 
tables. 

Ceiling Extensions : Provide ceiling extensions in areas having ceilings attached 
directly to joist bottom chord. Provide either en extended bottom chord element or a 
separate imit.. to suit mani^facturer's standards, of sufficient strength to support ceiling 
construction. Extend ends to vithin 1/2" of finished '^'ell surface unless otherwise 
indicated. 

Bridging: : Provide horisontaJ or diegonol tyi>e bridging for joists., complying 7/ith SJI 
"Specifications". 

Pro'S'ide bridging anchors for ends of bridging lines terminating at ^'slls or beams. 

End Anchorage : Provide end anchorages including bearing plates, to secure joists to 
adjacent construction, compl'i/ing '^ith SJI "Specifications", uriless otherT^ise indicated. 

Header Units Provide header units to support tail joists at openings in floor or roof 
system not framed vith steel shapes. 

Shop Painting; : Remove loose scale,, heaw rujt, and other foreign materiiids from 
fabricated joists and accessories before application of shop paint. 

Apply one shop coat of steel prime paint to joists aiid accessories, by spray, dipping, or 
other method to provide a continuijuv dry paint film thickness of not less than 0.50 mil. 



PART -^ - EXECUTION 
ERECTION 

Place atid secure steel joists in accordance vith SJI "Specifications", final shop 
drawings, and as herein specified. 

Anchors : Furnish aiichor bolts, bearing plates, and other de-s'ices to be built into 
concrete and masonry constriootion. 

Refer to Di\rision-3 sections for installation of anchors set in concrete. 

Refer to Di's'ision-^ sections lor installation of anchors set m masonry. 



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Placing: Mcas . I)o not start placement of steel joists until supporting vort; is in place 
arid secui'ed. Place joists on supporting vork, adiust and align in accui'ate locations and 
spacing before permanently fastening. 

Pro'vade temporary bridging., connections, and anchors to ensiwe lateral stability 
during construction. 

¥here "open weh" joist lengths are 40 feet aiid longer, install a center roTv of 
bolted bridging to provide lateral stability before slackening of hoisting lines. 

Bridging : Install bridging simi^ltaneously -srith joist erection, before construction loads 
are applied. Anchor en<js of bridging lines at top 8nd bottom chords vhere terminating 

at vails or beams 

rattening joists : 

Field veld ioists to suppor ting steel fraiaevorK m accordance vith SJI "Specifications" 
for t^/pe of joists used. Coordinate veldmg sequence aiid procedure vith placing of 
joists 

Secure ioists restm.:^: on masonry or concrete bearing sui'faces by beddin.g. in mortar 
and anchoring to masonry or concrete construction as specified in SJI "Sp-ecifications" 
for t}r^-e of steel loist used 

Toucli-Up Painting : After loist installation, paini field bolt heads arid nuts, aiid Tt'-elded 
ai'eas, abraded or rmvf surfaces on joists and steel supporting members. ¥ire brush 
surfaces and clean vith solvent before painting. Use same type of psmt as losed for 
shop painting. 



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SECTION OS^OO - METAL DECKING 



PART 1 - GENERAL 



RELATED DOCUMENTS 



Dra'ffings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary 
Conditions eind Di''hsion-l Specification sections e^ply to vork of this section. 

SUMMARY 



Extent of metal decking is indicated on drawings, including basic layout and type of 
deck units required. 

SUBMITTALS 



Produc:t Data : Submit manufacturer's specifications and installation instructions for 
eacl'i tyi>e of decking and accessories. Include manufacturer s certifi<:ation as may be 
required to shov compliaiice vith these specifications. 

Shop Prayings: Submit detailed drawings shoving layout and types of deck panels, 
anchorage details, and conditions reqtiiring closure panels, supplementary framing, 
sump pans, cant strips, cut openings, sj^ecial jointing or other accessories. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Codes and Standards : Comply with provisions of the following codes and standards, 
except as otherwise indicated or specified; 

A IS I "Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Strvjctural Members". 

AVS Dl .3 "Structural Velding Code - Sheet Steel". 

SDI "Design Manual for Floor Decks and Roof Decks". 

Qualification of Field ¥elding : Qualify welding processes and welding operators in 
accordance with "¥elder Qualification" procedures of A¥S Dl .1 . 

¥elded decking in place is subject to inspection and testing under Article 7.72 of the 
General Conditions of the Contract for Construction. Expense of removing and 
replacing portions of decking for testing pui'poses will be borne by Owner if "s-elds are 
found to be satisfactory. Expense of removing and replacing portions of decking found 
to be defective will be borne by the Contractor. 



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PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

MANUFACTURERS 

ATOilable Maiiuf actui-er s : Subject to compliance vith requirements., manufacturers 
offering products '^hich may be incorporated in the 's^rk include, but are not limited 
to. the folloTR'ing: 

Metal RuQf Deck Unitg : 

EoTS-man/E.G. Smith Div. Cyclops Corp 
C-onsolidated S->-tems, Inc. 

Epic Metal; Corp, 
Mac-lab Products, Inc. 
Roll Form Products, Inc 
United Steel Deck, Inc. 
Vulcraft/Div Nucor Corp. 
United Steel Deck, Inc 
¥heeling Corrug:ating Co. 
Wol'.'^rine Deck Co. 

MATERIALS 

Steel for Painted Metal Deck Uni^: : ASTM A 611, Grade c. 

Steel for Gal^/anlsed Metal Deck Units : ASTM A 446, &rade A. 

Miscellaneous Steel Shapes : ASTM A 36 

Sheet Metal Accessories : ASTM A 326, commercial quality, galvanised. 

Galvanizing : ASTM A j.2j, GbO 

Galvanisine: Repair Paint : High smc-dust content paint for repair of damaged 
galvEa'iised sui'faces complying "^dtli Militai'y Specifications MIL-P-2103j (Ships). 

Paint: Mantjfacturer's bai;ed-on. rt^st-mhibitive paint, for application to metal 
stjrfaces li'-hich ha.'re been chemically cleaned and phosphate chemical treated. 

Flexible Closure Strips : Manufacturer's standard ^njlcanlsed, closed-cell, s^mthetic 
ri.;t>ber. 

FAERICATIQH 

General : Form deck units m lengths to spari 3 or more supports, vith flush, telescoped 
or nested 2" laps at ends and interlocking or nested side laps, unless otherwise 
indicated. 

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Open-Besui Metgl Floor Deck Units : Provide fluted sections of laetsl thickness, depth 
and vidth as sho ^n 



PART % - EXECUTION 

INSTALL AT ION 

General : Install deck units and accessories in accordance vith manufacturer's 
recommendations end final shop- dra'^ngs, and as specified herein. 

Plac:e deck units on supporting steel frame vork and adji.;ist to final position vith ends 
accurately aligned and bearing on supporting members before being perm:anently 
fastened. Do not stretch or contract side lap interlocks. 

Place deck units in straight alignment for entire length of run of cells erid vith cl>ose 
i5digniuent t'etTv'een cells at ends of abutting units. 

Place deck tmits flat and square, secured to adjacent framing vithout '^•■aj'p or excessive 
deflection. 

Do not place deck units on concrete supporting structure until concrete hes cured and 
is dry. 

Cijordinate siid cooperate vith structiu'al steel erector in locating decking bimdles to 
pre-'.'ent o^'ar loading of structurel members. 

Do not use floor deck units for storage or working platforms until permanently 
secured. 

Fastening Deck Units : 

Fasten floor deck units to steel supporting members by not less than 5/^" diameter 
fusion velds or elongated velds of equal strength., spaced not more than 12" o.c. vith a 
minimi.ua of 2 'S'elds per unit at each support. 

Comply '^•Jth A¥S requirements and procedures for mai^ual shielded metal arc 'S'elding.. 
appearance and quality of velds, and methods used in correcting velding Ts'-ork. 

Use ^-elding T^-ashers recommended by deck manufacturer. 

Mechanically fasten side lai:>s of adjacent deck imits bet-^'-een supports, at inter'-'als not 
exceeding 36" o.c, using self-tapping Ho. 6 or larger machine scre'^'s. 

Cutting and Fitting : Cut aiid neatly fit deck luiits and accessories aroimd other '^'ork 
projecting throug;h or adjacent to the decking, as sho-^'ti 



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Reinforcement at Qpening::- : Provide addition&l metal reinforcement and closure pieces 
a^ required for strength, continuity of decking and support of other 'S'orfc shovn. 

Hanger Slots or Clips : Provide UL approved punched hanger slots between cells or 
flutes of loTer element vhere tlooi ^jecK uiiits :are to receive hangers for support of 
ceiling constrix:tioi"i.. sir dixts.. diff users, or lighting fixtures. 

Hsnger clips designed to clip over male side lap joints of floor deck units may be 
ijsed instead of hanger slots. 

Locate slots or clips at not more than 14" o.c. in both directions, not over 9" from 
■vails at ends, and not more than 12" from veils at sides, unless otherwise sho'^ii. 

Provide manufacturer's standard hanger attachment devices. 

.Tomt Covers Provide metal lomt covers at abutting ends and changes m direction of' 
floor decK units, except w'here taped joints are required. 

Provide flexible closure strips instead of metsJ closures, at Contractors option, 
■vhere^'rer their use "^hll ensure complete closure. Install -mxh adhesive m ac:cordaiice 
vitli matiuf acturer "s instructions . 

Touch-Up Painting : After declans instiallation. vire brush, cleaii and paint scarred 
arcsr, -^T-ld- and ri^^t jf/ot;? nn tap nnd bDttnm rt.«-fa.cej or dccfcinf T.«iitj and supporting 
steel members 

Touch-up galvanised surfaces vith galvanizing repair p;3int applied in 

accordecnce with manufacturer's instructions. 

Touch-up painted surfaces with same t''^:'e of shop paint used on adjacent 
surfaces. 

In areas vhere shop-painted si;ii'faces ai'e to be exposed, apply tou-ch-up paint to blend 
into adjacent surfaces. 



END OF SECTION OS '.00 



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SECTION 05'SQO - METAL FABRICATIONS 

PART 1 - GENERx^L 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

DraTidng? and genersJ pro^'isions of Coritre.ct, iriclu«ding: CTenereJ end Siapplementary 
Conditions and Division 1 Specification Sections, apply to vork of this Section. 

SUMMARY 

This section includes the follo'i:;''ing metaJ fabrications: 

Rough hard'Ti'-are 

Loose bearing and levehng plates. 

Loose steel Imtels. 

Miscellaj'ieous framing and supports for the follo'sang: 

Overhead doors 

Suspended operable partitions. 

Applications vhere framing and supports are not specified in other 
sections. 

Miscellaneoijs steel trim. 

Shelf and relie-nng angles. 

Structural steel door frames for o'l'^rhead doors. 

Steel pipe railings. 

Metal stairs. 

Related Sections : The folio-ring sections contain requirements that relate to this 
section: 

Division 5 Section "Stn.K:tural Steel " for structural steel framing system 
components. 



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Division 5 Sectiun "Haiidr.jils aiio Railings " for the folloving: 

Ornamental metal handrails and railing systems. 

DEFINITIOHS 

Definitions in ASTIvI E 985 for railing-related terms apply to this section. 

SYSTEM PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS 

StrT-K'tural Performance of Handrails atud Railing Systems : ["esign, engineer., fabricate, 
and install handrails aiid railing systems to comply "^'ith requirements of ASTM E 9&j 
for structural performerice ba^ed on testing performed m accordance 'S'ith ASTM E 894 
and E 935. 

Structural Performance : Design, engineer, fabricate, and install the folloTiang metal 
fabrications to T.ithstand the foUo-.ang structiu"al loads "without exceeding the 
ailovable design Tv-orking stress ol the materials mvohi^d, including anchors and 
connections. Apply each load to produce the majiimum stress m each respective 

component of each mstai labrication. 

Top Rail of Guat'dfail Systems : Capable of T.'ithstandmg the follow-ing loads 
applied a^ indicated 

concentrated load or ?no ib applied at any point nonconcuiTentiy.. 
verticeJly do w'nvsrd, or horisontslly 

Uniform load of 100 lb per linear ft. applied nonconcurrently, vertically 
dovnvard or horizontally 

Concentrated and uniform loads above need not be assumed to act 
concurrently. 

Handrails Not Serving as Top Rails : Capable ol withstanding tjie following loads 

applied as indicated: 

Concentrated load of 200 lb applied at any point nonconcuiTentiy, 
vertically do'^i-tivard or horizontally. 

Infill Area of Guardrail S^^^tems : Capable of vithstanding a horizontal 
concentrated load of 200 lb applied to one sq. ft. at axiy point in the system 
including panels., intermediate rails balijsters, or other elemei-its compcrsmg the 
infill ai'ea 

Above load need not be assiimed to act concui'rentiy vith uniform 
horizontal loads on top rails of railing s'^^rstems m determining stress on 
guard. 



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Trea.jg of Steel Stsurs : Capat>le of withitgnding a unifurm load of lOQ n per sq, ft. 
or a concentrated load of 300 lb on a area of 4 sq. inches located in the center of 
the tread, whichever produces the greater stress. 

Platforms of Steel Stairs . Capable of ■^^■'ithstanding a uniform load of 100 lb per 
sq.n. 

SUBMITTALS 

General ; Submit the folio wing in accordance vith Conditions of Contract and Division 1 
Specif ieatiwi Sections. 

Product de.te. for product? i.t^ed in miscelldiieoui: metal fabrication?., including paint 
products and grout 

Shop dra-g^-ings detailing fabrication and erection of each metal fabrication indicated 
IncliKJe plaiis.. elevations,, sections, and details of metal fabrications arid their 
connecticms. Shov anchorage and accessory items Provide templates for anchors and 
bolts specified for installation imder other sections. 

¥here installed metal fabrications are indicated to comply viih cert;5dn design 
loadings., include striKtural computations., material properties, and other 
information needed for strustural analysis that has been signed and sealed by 
the qi.ialified professional engineer vho vss responsible for their preparation 

Samples representative ol materials and finished prodixts as may be requested by 
Architect. 

¥eldef certificates signed by Contractor certifying that velders comply vith 
requirements specified under "Quality Assurance" ai'ticle. 

Qualification data for firms end persons specified m "QueJity Assuratice" article to 
demonstrate their capabilities and experience Include list of completed projects T!ith 
project name, addresses, names of Architects and O^'-ners, and other information 
specified. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Fabricator Qijalifi cations : Firms experienced in suc:cessfially prodixing metal 
fabrications similar to that indicated for this Project, ^sith sufficient production 
capacity to prod\.K-.e required units without causing delay in the ¥orl:. 

Installer Qualifications : Arrange for installation of metal fabrications specified in this 
section by same firm that fabricated them. 



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iJU3lil"v veldins processes siid velding Qi:>eratQrs in accordance vith A¥S Dl.l 
"Structural Veldm^r Code - Steel." Dl j "Structural ¥elding Code - Sheet Steel", and Di.2 
"Striictui-al ¥elding Code - Aluminmn." 

Certify that each velder has satisfactorily passed A¥S qualification tests for 
-^■■^Iding processes in-.TDl'^ed and., if pertinent, has undergone recertification. 

Engineer Quglifications : Professional engineer licensed to practice m Massachusetts 
and experienced in providing engineering services of the kind indicated that have 
resulted in the sixcessfui installation of fflet^al fabrications similar in material., design., 
and extent to that indicated for this Project. 

PRQIECTCnHDITIONS 

Field Meei^ureme-nts : Check actual locations of vails and other construction to vhich 
metal fabrications must fit, by accwate field measiorements before fabrication; shov 
recorded measurements on final shop dra'^'ings. Coordinate fabrication schedule vith 
construction progress to a^^jid delay of Vork. 

¥here field measurements cannot be made -^'ithout dela^^^ng the York, 
guarantee dimensions aiid proceed T^dth fabrication of products without field 
measurements. Coordinate construction to ensure that actual opening 
dimensions correspond to guarariteed dimensions. AUov for trimming and 
fittins. 

SEOUENCINCt AMD SLHEDULIN& 

Segi-ience aiid coordinate installation of vail haiidrails as follovs: 

Mount handrails only on completed vails. Do not supj>ort handrails temporarily 
by any means not sat'isfving structural performance requirements. 

Mount handrails only on gypsum board assemblies reinforced to receive 
aiichors, and vhere the location of concealed anchor plates has been clearly 
marked for benefit of Installer. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

TERRQUS METALS 

Metal SutTaces. General : For metal fabrications exi>osed to viev upon completion of the 
Vork, provide materials selected for their surface flatness, smoothness, and freedom 
from siaiace blemishes. Do not use materials vhose exposed surfaces exhibit pitting, 
seam marks, roller marks, rolled trade names, roughness, and, for steel sheet, 
variations m flatness exceeding those permitted by reference standai'ds for stretcher- 
leveled sheet 



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Steel Plates.. Shat^es, end Bsrs : ASTM A 36. 

Rolled Steel Floor Plates . ASTM A 786. 

Steel Bars for CTratings : ASTM A 569 or ASTM A %. 

¥ire Ro-i for Orating Cross Bars : ASTM A "10 

Steel Tubifis: : Product type (marnafacturing method) aiid as foUovs: 

Cold-Formed Steel Tubing : ASTM A 500, grade as indicated beloT/: 

Grade A, unless other^'ise indicated or required for design loadin.a;. 

TJricoated Structure! Steel Sheet . Product f^.'^^e (iijejiUfecturing: laethod), quelity. and 
grade, as follows: 

Cold-Rolled Structm'al Steel Sheet : ASTM A 611, grade as follo'^'^s: 

Grade A. unless otherwise ii:idicated or required by design loading. 

Uncoated Steel Sheet : Commercial qusiity.. prodixt type (method of manulacture.) as 
follow": 

Cold-Rolled Steel Sheet : ASTM A 366. 

Galvanised Steel Sheet : Quality as f olio vs: 

Structtoral Quality : ASTM A 446.: Grade A., unless another grade required for 
design loading., and &90 coating designation unless otherwise indicated. 

Steel Pipe : ASTM A 53.: finish., type., and Tv'eight class as follovs: 

Black finish , unless other^^ise indicated. 

Gsl^^^anised finish for exterior installations and vhere indicated. 

Type F, standard '^^'eight (schedule 40), unless otherwise indicated, or another 
veight, type., and grade required by structural loads. 

Gray Iron Castings : ASTM A 48, Class 30. 

Malleable Iron Castings: ASTM A 47, grade 32510. 



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Br9<::ketv, Flanges siio Anchors : Cast or formed metal of the same type material and 
finish as supported rails., unless other-ise indicated. 

Concrete Inserts : Threaded or wedge type; galvanized ferrous castings, either 
m-3ileat>le iron. ASTM A 47.. or oast steel ASTM A 27. Ptxivide t>olts, wsshers, and shims 
as required., hot-dip galvanised per ASTM A 1 j'3. 

¥elding Rods ai'id Bare Electrodes : Select in accordance '^■■ith A¥S specifications for the 
metal alloy to t>e velded. 

GP.nUT AND ANCHQPIHG CEMENT 

Honshrinl: Metallic Grout Premixed.. factory-packaged, ferrous aggregate grout 
■aDmplymg Tiath CE CPiL-C 621, specifically recommended by manufacturer for hsa^^^'' 
duty loading applications of f;,^'e specified in this section Use only Ti'here indicated 
and locations not exposed to moistui'e 

Honshrinl: Honmetalhc Grout : Premixed, factory-packaged, nonstalning, 

noncorrosive, nongaseous grout complying "^F-ith CE CRD-C £-21. Provide grout 
specifically recommended by manufacturer for interior and exterior applications of 
t-j^je specified m this section. 

Interior Anchoring: Cement : Factory-prepackaged, nonshrink, nonst.aining, hydraulic 
controiit'd expsi'isioti cement formuletion for mixine T'ith veXet- e.t Project t-ite to cree.te 
pourable ancnoring, patching, and grouting compound, use for interior ap^plications 
only 

Erosion-Resistent Anchoring Cement ; Factory-prepackaged, nonshrink, nonstaining, 
hydraulic controlled expiansion cement lormiolation for mixing vith vater at Project 
site to create poura.ble anchoring, patching, and grouting compound. Pro^'ide 
formulation tha*. is resist:ai"it to erosion from vater exposwe without need for 
protection by a sealer or '^'a.terproof coating and is recommended for exterior i.jse by 
manufactm^er, 

A ".ailable Products : Subject to compliaiice vith requirements, products that may be 
incorporated in the ¥ork include but are not limited to the following: 

Nonshrink Metallic Grouts: 



"Metox RM".: Chem-Masters Corp 

"Hi Mod Grout".: Ei.v.lid Chemical Co. 

"Embeco 8cO and 6:*".: Master Builders. 

Terrolith G Redi-Mix and G-NC".; Sonneborn Building Proditjts Div., Rexnor- 

Chemical Prodtx:ts, Inc. 

"Stonecrete MGl"; Stonhard, Inc. 



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Hofishrink Honiaetallic Grouts : 

"Bonsai Construction Grout", ¥.E. Bonsai Co. 

"Diaonond-Crete Grout"; Concrete Service Materials Co. 

'Tuco N-S Grout"; Eiiclid Chemical Co. 

"Kemset"; Chem-tfeters Corp. 

"Crystex"; L & M Construction Chemicals, It:ic. 

"Masterflo-s' 713"; Master Builders. 

"Sealtight 5SS Grout"; ¥.F:. Meado-vs Inc. 

"Sonogrout"; Sonneborn Building Products Div., Rexnord Chemical Products, Inc. 

"Stoncrete NMl "; Stonhard, Inc. 

"Yh^- Star Grout"; U.S. Grout Corp. 

"Vibropruf *1 1 "; Lambert Corp. 

Interior Anchoring Cement : 

"BonssJ Anchor Cement"; ¥.R Bonsai Co. 
T'or-Rok"; Minvsj': Construction Prodixts Division. 

Ercisinn-ResistatiT Anchoring Cement : 

"Super Por-Roi:"; MifiT/ajv Constriction Products Division. 

lASTEHERS 

Generei : Provide sinc-coated fasteners for exterior use or vhere built into exterior 
^■"olls. Select fasteners for the t-.^^e, grade, and class reqiured 

Bolts and Nuts : Reg-dar hexsgion head ffj.-e.. ASTM A 307, Grade A. 

Lag Bolts : Square head type, FSrF-B-!)61. 

Machine Screvs : Cadmium plated steel, f S rF-S-92. 

¥oQd Screvs : Flat head carbon steel, FS FF-S-1 1 1 . 

Plain ¥ashers : Round, cai'bon steel, FS FF-¥-92 

Drilled- In Expansion Anchors : Expansion anchors complying -sith FS FF-S-32!v. Group 
VIII (anchors, expansion, [nondrilling: ]), Tyf>e I (internally threaded tubular 
expansion anchor); end machine bolts complying ^'ith FS FF-B-575, Grade 3 

Toggle Bolts: Tufflble-'^i-ing t';^>e, FS FF-B-j.88, t'l.'pe, class, and style as required. 

LQct:¥aghers : Helical spring Xy?^ carbon steel, FS FF-¥-84. 

PAINT 



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Shot;:' Primer for Ferroi!^ Metal : Manufacturer's or fabricator's staiidard.. fast-curing, 
lead-free uni\^r2al modified alkyd primer selected for good resistance to normal 
atmospheric corrosion, for compatibility with finish paint s*>'stems indicated, and for 
capability to provide a sound foundation for field-applied topcoats despite prolonged 
exposure compl-nng --ith performance requirements of fS TT-P-645. 

Galvanizing Repair Paint : High zinc dtjst content paint for regal^'-anising velds in 
gaivatiised steel., vith dry film containing not less than 94 percent sine 4\xsr by veight, 
and complying vith D0D-P-2in;;!:. or SSPC:-P9int-20. 

BiTuminuus p;=dnt : Cold-applied asphalt mastic complying -s^ith SSPC-Paint 12 except 
vontainiiig no asbestos fibers. 

lABP.ICAT ION. GENERAL 

Form metal fabrication: from ma.terials of size, thickness, and shapes indicated but not 
less than that needed to comply vith performance reqioirements indicated, ^ork to 
dimensions indicated or accepted on shop dre.wings, i.;s.ing pro-s^^.n details oi fabrication 
and support Use t'-.'p'e of materials indicated or specified for vai'ious components of 
es.ch metal fabrication. 

Form exrosec -'-ork tri;e tn line and le-.^l with accurate angles and siu-faces snd straight 
sharp edges . 

Allo'g'' for thermsl movement resulting from the follo'^ing maximum change (range) in 
aiubient temperatui'e in the design, fabrication, and installation of installed metal 
assemblies to prevent buckling, opening up of joints, ai-id o-s/erstressing of velds end 

fasteners. Base design calculations on actual surface temperatures of metals due to both 
solai' heat gain and nighttime sky heat loss. 

Temt>erature Change (Range) : 100 deg F (55-3 deg C). 

Shear and punch metals cleanly and accurately. Remo^'e burrs. 

Ease exposed edges to a radius of approximately 1/32 inch, unless otherwise indicated. 
Form bent-metal corners to smallest radnos p<:issible without causing gram sepai'ation 
or otherwise impairing vork. 

Remove sharp or rough areas on exposed traffic surfaces. 

¥eld corners and seams continuously to comply vith A¥S recommendations and the 
foUo'^ing: 

Use materials and methods that minimise distortion and de^'elop strength and 
ccirrosion resistance of' b^ase metals . 

Obtain fmicn vithout undercut or overlap. 
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Remove T/elding flux iramedie.tely 

At exposed connections, finish exposed velds end surfaces smooth and tlended 
so that no roughness shovs after finishing and contour of 7/eldeJ surface 
matches those adiacent. 

Form ext>osed connections '^nxh hairline joints, flush and smcf^th, using conc-ealed 
fasteners vherever possible Use exposed fasteners of type indicated or, if not 
indicated, Phillips flat-head (countersunk) sere-- or t-olts. Locate joints -^'tierp least 
conspicuous 

F'rovide for anchorage of type indicated: coordinate '^'ith supporting structure 
ral>ricate aiid space aiichoring devices to provide adequate support for intended use. 

Shop AssemM" : Preassembie items in shop to greatest extent possible to minimize field 
splicing ai'id assembly. Disassemble units only as necessary for shipping and handling 
limita.tions. Use connections that maintain structural value of joined pieces. Clearly 
mark units for reassembly and coordinated installation 

Cut, reinforce, drill end tap miscellaneous, metal vork as indicated to recei'-.'e finish 
h.-ardvare. screvs, and similar items. 

Fabricate joints that '?/ili be exposed to veather m a maxiner to exclude vater. or 
pro'hde we.ep holes vhere -^'-a.ter mayacciynulate. 

RQU&H HARDWARE 

FuiTiish bent or otherwise custom fabricated bolts, plates, anchors, h^angers, dovels, 
aiid other miscellaneoik? steel and iron shapes as required for framing eiid supj>orting 
voodvork, and for anchoring or secm'ing vuod'?;''ork to concrete or other structures. 
Straight bolts end other stock rough hardvai'e items are specified m Division 6 
sections. 

Fabricate items to sises, shapes, and dimensions required. Furnish malleable-iron 
•vsshers for heads and nuts vhich bear on '^iix'd structural cc>i:inections: elsevhere, 
furnish steel vashers. 

LOOSE BEARING AHD LEVEL IHG PLATES 

Provide loose bearing and leveling; plates for steel items bearing on masonry or 
concrete constriK:tion, made flat, free from wdrps or t^'ists, and of reqiured thickness 
and bearing area. Drill plates to receive anchor bolts arid for grouting as reqtiired. 
Galvanise afier fabrication. 

LOOSE STEEL LINTELS 



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Fabricate loose str uctijral steel Imtelg fr mm steel angles aiid shapes of size indicated for 
openings eind recesses in masonry vails and partitions at locations indicated. 

¥eld adjoining members together to form a single unit vhere indicated. 

Sise loose lintels for equal beaing of one inch per foot of clear span but not less than 8 
inches bearing at each side of openings, unless otherwise indicated. 

GalvBiiise loose steel lintels located m exterior vails. 

MISCELLAHEQUS FRAMIHG AHD SUPPORTS 

General : Provide steel iraming and supports for applications indicated or vhich are 
not 6 part of striKtui'al steel iraiuevork as required to complete vork. 

Fabricate units to sises. shapes and profiles indicated and required to receive adjacent 
other constriction ret:5dned by framing and supports. Fabricate from structiw-al steel 
shapes, plates, and steel bars of 'Ts-'elded construction using mitered joints for field 
connection. Cut, drill., aiid tap units to receive hardw'a'e, hangers, and simiLar items. 

Equip miits wiXh integr^aily ?/elded anchors for casting into concrete or 
building into masonry Furnish inserts if units must be installed after concrete 
is placed. 

Except as otherwise indicated, space anchors 2^1 inches o.c. and provide 
icinimum anchor unitr in the iorm of steel straps 1-1/4 inches '^ide x 
1 /4 inches x 8 inches long . 

Galvanise miscellaneous framing and supports m the lcillo'5''ing locations: 

Exterior locations. 

hi tenor locations vhere indicated. 

MISCELLANEOUS STEEL TFlIM 

Provide shapes and sizes indicated for profiles showri. Unless othei"wise indicated, 
fabricate miits from structui'al steel shapes, plates, and steel hars, vith continuously 
"^inelded joints and smooth exjiosed edges. Use ciincealed field splices vhere'-rer possible. 
Provide cutouts, fittings, and anchorages as reqmred for coordination of ^assembly and 
installation vith other "^iiDrk. 

Galjranise miscellaneous fraiaing and supports in the following locations: 

Exterior locations , 

Interior lix;e.tions 7/here indicated. 



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SHELF AND RELIEVIHb AHCtLES 

Fabricate shelf and relieving angles from steel angles of sizes indicated and for 
attachment to concrete f reaming. Provide slotted holes to receive 3/4 inch ho\\2,. spaced 
not more than 6 inches from ends and not more then 24 inches o.c, unless otJnervise 
indicated. 

For cavity vails. , provide vertic;3l ch^jmnel brackets to support shelf /relieving angles 
from back-up masonry end concrete Align exparision joints in angle? vith indicated 
expansion joints in cavity vail exterior wythe. 

Galvanize shelf angles to be installed on exterior concrete framing. 

STRUCTURAL STEEL DuOE FRAMES FOE OVERHEAD DOORS 

Fabricate steel door frames from structural shapes and bars of size and to dimensions 
indicated, fi-iHy 'Ti^'elded together, vlth 3/8 inch x 1-1/2 inch steel bsr stops unless 
otherwise indicated. Plus veld built-up members and contirn.Kiusly veld expcised 
joints. Secure removable stops to fr.ajne vith countersionk machine screvs, uniformly 
spaced at not more then 10 inches o.c. Reinforce frames and drill end tap a^ required to 
accept finish hardware. 

Provide steel stra.p anchors for securing door frames into adioinii.g con:^reie or 
masonry using 1 /8 inch x 2 inch straps of the length required for e minimum 8 ii:ich 
embedment., unless otherwise indicated. ¥eld anchors to fi'ame jambs no more than 12 
inches from botVi bottom end head of freme end space eiichors not more thaii ?0 inches 
apart. 

Extend bottom of fraiaes to floor elevation indicated vith steel aiigle clips velded to 
frames for snchoring freme to floor vith expansion shields and bolts. 

GsTronize freme? end anchors in the follo'^ing locations: 

Exterior locations. 

STEEL PIPE RAILINGS AND HANDRAILS 

General : Fabricate pipe r;ailings and handrails to comply "^ith requirements indicated 
for design, dimensions, details, finish, and member sizes, including T^all thickne.ss of 
pipe, post spacings, and anchorage, but not less than that required to support 
structural loads. 

Interconnect railing ai:id handrail members by butt-'^'-elding or Ti'elding '^itli internel 
connectors, at fabricator "s option, unless otlier-^ise indicated. 

At tee and cross intersections, notch ends of intersecting members to lit contoui' 
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Form chongeg in direction of railing members ai^ foUovs; 

By mitenng at elbo w' bends. 

El.'' bending. 

By any method indicated abo-\^, applicable to change of direction in-iT3lved. 

form simple and compoimd cur\'?-s by bending pipe in jigs to produce uniform 
curvature for each repetitive configuration required; maintain cylindrical cross- 
section of pipe throt^hout entire bend without buckling., tvisting, craciang, or 
other'^ise deforming exposed surfaces of pipe 

Provide ^'all returns at ends of vall-mounted handrails, unless other vise indicated. 

Close exposed ends of pipe by Ti'eldmg 3/16 m-ch thick steel pla.te m place or by use of 
prelabncated fittings, except vhere cleerance of end of pipe arid adjoining vail 
surface is 1 /4 in-:li or less . 

Toe Boards : ¥here indicated, provide toe boards at railings aroimd openings and at tJie 
edge of open-sided floors and platforms Fabricate to dimensions aiid details indicated, 
or if not indicated, use 4 inches high :■: 1 /8 inch steel plate 7.'-elded to, and centered 
hex^/een, each railing post. 

Brackets, Flatiges, Fittings, and Anchors : Provide vali brackets, end closui'es, flanges, 
miscell;aiieous fittings, and aiichors for interconnections of pipe and attachment of 
railinss and lisndrails to other w'ork Furnish inserts arid other anchorage devices for 
connecting railings and handrails to cori'-jrete or masonry vork. 

For railing posts set in concrete fabricate sleeves from steel pipe not less than 6 
inches long end ^nxh an inside diameter not less thati 1 /2 inch greater than the 
outside diameter of post, vith steel plate closure welded to bottom of slee'^e. 

Provide friction fit, removable covers designed to keep slee'/es cleati and 
hold top edge of slee'/e 1 /2 inch belov finished surface of concrete. 

For removable railing: posts, fabricate slip-fit sockets from steel pipe vhose 
inside diaiQeter is sized for a close fit vith posts and to limit deflection of post 
vitliout lateral load, measured at top, to not mi?re thaii 1/12 of post height. 
Pro^^de socket covers designed and fabricated to resist accidental dislodgement. 

Fillers : Pro^'ide steel sheet or plate fillers of thickness and size indicated or required to 
support structural loads of handrails vhere needed to transfer Ti--3ll bracket loads 
through vail finishes to structural supports. Size fillers to suit vail finish thicknesses. 

Size fillers to produce adeqiKite bearing to pre-'.'^nt bracket rotation and o'-^^rstressing 
of substrate. 



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For exter ior steel railings diri hsridreils formed from steel pipe vith gslvoaiized finish, 
gal-ranize fittings, brackets, fasteners, slee^'^■s, and other ferroijs components. 

For interior steel railings formed from steel pipe T/ith black finish, provide 
iiong8lvstfii2ed ferroiis meXifl fittings., brackets, fasteners, end sleeves, except gelvanize 
ai'ichors embedded in exterior masonry and concrete construction. 

STEEL FRAMEI? STAIRS 



General : Construct stairs to conform to sizes and nrrenzemenxs- indicated. Join pieces 
together by velding. unless otherTiase indicated. Pro^'ide complete stedr assemblies, 
including metal framing, hangers, columns, railings, nevels. balusters, struts, clips, 
brackets, bearing plates, arid other components necessary for the supf^tirt oi stairs and 
platforms, and as required to aiichor and contain the stairs on the supporting 
structure , 

HAAMM Stair Standard : Coiuf-ly '^^ith "Recommended Voluntary Minimum 
Staiidards for Fixed Metal Stairs" in NAAMM "Metal Stair Manual" for class of 
stair designated, except -.'here more stringent requirements are indicated: 

Commercial class, unless otherwise indicated. 

Architectural class "here indicated. 

Stair Framing : Fabricate stringers of structural steel channels, or pla'es. or a 
combination thereof, ss indicated Provide closures for exposed ends of stringers. 
Construct platforms of structural steel channel headers ajid miscellaiieous framing 
members as indicated. Bolt or veld headers to strings, ne'^'els. and framing members to 
strings end headers.: fabricate and loin so thai bolts, if used, do not appear on finish 
surfaces. 

Metal Pen P.isers. Subtreads. arid Subplatiorms : Shape metal pans for risers and 
subtreads to conform to configiu'ation shovn. Pro^^de thicknesses of striKtural ste-el 
sheet for metal pans indicated, but not less thari that required, to support total design 
loading. 

Form metal pans of uncoated cold-rolled steel sheet, unless otherwise indicated. 

Attach risers and subtreads to stringers by means of brackets made of steel 
angles or bars. ¥eld brackets to stringers and attach metal pans to brackets by 
T&'elding. 

At Contractor's option. prcAde prefabricated stair assemblies "^ath 
prefilled treads consisting of prepoiu-ed reinforced concrete fill. ■5'ith 
non-slip aggregate finish, in 'S'elded sheet metal pan. attached to 

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PrcKJuct Subject to complisnce vith requirements, provide 
Speedstair by American Stair Corp., Inc. 

Provide subplatformg of configuration and construction indicated.; if not 
indicated, of seme met^l es risers end subtreads, in thicknesses required to 
support design loading Attach subplatform to platform framing members viih 
velds. 

Stair Railings and Handrails Comply vith applicable reqmrements specified elsewhere 
in this section for steel pipe railings and handrails, and as follovs: 

Fabricate ne-^'-els of steel tubing and provide ne-s-el caps of gray-iron c^^tings, 
as shovn. 

Rftilings m&y be bent at corners, rail returns, end v&ll retxirns, instead of using 
prefabricated fittings 

Connect railing: posts lo stair rraming by direct veldmg, m:iless other-^.-ise 
indicated. 

riNISEES. GENERAL 

Cj^fflplv vith HAAMM "MetaJ Finishes Manugl " for recommendations relative to 
ej-plication and designations of finishes. 

Finish metal fabrications after assembly 

STEEL AND IRON FINISHES 

Gal's^jriiEing : For those items indicated ior galvanising, apply sinc-coating by the hot- 
dip process complience vith the following requirements: 

ASTM A 133 foi' galvaiiismg iron and steel hardware. 

ASTM A 12r3 for galA^anising both fabricated and unfabricated iron and steel 
products made of uncoated rolled, pressed, and forged shapes, plates, bars, at:id 
strip 0.0299 inch thick and hea'der. 

Preparation for Shop Priming : Prepare uncoated ferrous metal surfaces to comply "^iath 
minimum requirements indic3.ted belov for SSPC surface preparation specifications 
and environmental exposure conditions of installed metal fabrications: 

Exteriors (S5FC Zone IE) : SSPC-SP6 "Commercial Blast Cleaning." 

Apply shop primer to uncoated surfaces of metal fabrications, except those vitli 

sal^^nised finish or to be embedded in concrete, spra.■^'ed-on fireproofing, or masonry. 



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utiiess other wise indicated. Comply mth requirements ofSSPC-PAl "Peint Application 
Specification No. 1 " for shop painting. 



Px^.RT ^ - EXECUTION 

PREP AR AT KIN 

Coordinate and furnish anchorgges. . setting dra-^dngs.. diagrams, templates, 
instrix:tions. snd directions for installation of anchorages, including concrrete inserts, 
sleeves., anchor bolts., and miscellaneous items having integral anchors that are to t>e 
embedded in concrete or masonry constrw tion . Coordinate delivery of sixh items to 
project site. 

Set sleeves in concrete vith tops flush with finish surface elevations.: protect sleeves 
from vater and concrete entry. 

INSTALL AT ION.. GEN£F:AL 

Festernng to hi-Pls.ce Construction : Provide anchorage devices end festeners ^idiere 
necessary for secui'ing miscellaneous metal fabrications to in-place construction: 
include threaded fasteners for concrete and masonry inserts, toggle bolts, through- 
bolts, lag bolts, ^.'ood scre-^'S, aiid other connectors as required . 

Cutimg., Fitting, and Placement : Perform cutting, drilling, aiid fitting required for 
installation of miscellea'ieoi.is metal fabrications. Set metal fabrication accurately in 
location, alignment, and elevation: vith edges and surfaces level, plumb, true, and free 

uf rack.; and measured from established lines and levels. 

Provide temporary bracing or anchors in formvorlc for items that are to be built into 
concrete masonry or similar construction. 

Fit exposed connections accurately together to form hairline joints '^.'eld connections 
tliat are not to be left as exposed joints, but cannot be shop velded because of shipping 
size limitations Do not '^'eld, cut, or abrade the surfaces of exterior units vhich ha'S'e 
been hot-dip galvanised after fabrication, and ai'e intended for bolted or scre'S'ed field 
cc>nnections. 

Field ¥elding : Comply 'S'ith A¥S Code for procedures of manual shielded metal-arc 
velding, appearaiice and quality of "fields made, methods used in correcting velding 
"5'Drk, and the followdng: 

Use materials and methods that minimise distortion and de-'elop strength and 
corrosion resistaiice of base metals. 

Obtain fusion Tidthout uiidercut or overlap. 



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Remo^'e '^.'eldine flux iiiimedie.tely. 

At exposed connections, finish exposed '?;'elds end s\«"fa<:«s smooth end blended 
so that no roughness shox/s after finishing and contour of velded surface 
matches those adjacent. 

SETTING LOOSE PLATES 

Clean concrete and masonr? bearing surfaces of any txjn-^J-reducmg materials, end 
roijg:hen to improve bond to surfaces. Clean bottom surface of bearing plates. 

Set loose leveling: and bearing plates on vedges.. or other adj instable devices Aft.er the 

be^itring members have been positioned iaiid plumbed,, tighten the anchor bolts. Do not 
remove vedges or shims, but if protruding., cut off flush ^ith the edge of the beating 
plate before paclcirig vlth grout. 

Use metellic nonslirinl-: erout in conceslej locations vhere not exposed to 
moisture, use nonmetaliic nonshrini: grout m exposed locetions.. unless 
other'Tidse indicated. 

Pack grout solidlY betv/een bearing surfaces and plates to ensure that no voids remain. 

INSTALLATION OF STEEL PIPE RAILINGS AND HANDRAILS 

AdlxKt railiny; prior to sjiohorinv to ensure matching slignment at abutting joints. 
Space posts at spacing indicated., or if not indicated, as required by design loadings. 
Plumb posts in each direction. Secure posts and railing ends to building conistruction 
as follows: 

Anchor posts in concrete by core drilling holes not less thari j inches deep and 
3/4 inch greater than outside diemeter of post. Clean holes of all loose material, 
insert posts aiid fill annular space betveen f>ost arid concrete vith the 
foUo'^ing anchoring material, mixed and placed to comply vith ai'ichoring 
material manufacturer 's directions. 

Nonshrink. nonmetaliic grout or anchoring; cement. 

Leave anchorage joint exposed, ^'ipe off surplus anchoring material, and 
lea\'e 1 ,''8 inch build-up, sloped away from post. For installations exposed 
on exterior, or to flov of vater, seal anchoring material to comply vith 
grout manufacturer's directions. 

Anchor posts to steel 'yith steel oval flanges, angle type or floor t'j'pe qs required 
by conditions, Tj'^lded to posts and bolted to steel supporting members. 



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Anchor rail ends into concrete and msi-unry vith steel round flanges T/elded to 
rsil ends and anchored into w-all construction with lead expansion shields and 
bolts. 

Anchor rail ends to steel "^ith steel oval or round flanges velded to rail ends and 
bolted to structural steel members., unless otherwise indicated. 

Secure handrails to vail wuh vail brackets and end fittings. Provide bracliet vith not 
less then 1-1/2 inch clearance from inside face of handrail and finished vail surface. 
Locate bracKets as indicated, or if not indicated, at sf^acing required to support 
structural loads. Secure vail brackets and vail return fittings to building construction 
as folio w'S: 

Use type of bracket "with pre-driiled hole for exposed bolt anchorage. 

For concrete and solid masonry anchorage, use drilled-in exparision shield and 
either concealed hanger bolt or exposed lag bolt, as applicable. 

For hollo-- masonr" snchorage, iv:.e toggle bolts ha-ring square heads. 

For steel framed gypsum board assemblies, fasten brackets directly to steel 
framing or concealed anchors using self-tapping scre-'s of sise and t'.'p-e 
reqiiired to support stnKtural loads. 

ADFJSTINlt aNIi CLlAKINCt 

Touch-Up Painting : Immediately after erection, clean field velds, bolted connections. 
and abraded areas of shop paint, and paint exposed areas 7,dth same material as used for 
shop painting to comply vith SSPC-PA 1 requirements for touch-up of field painted 
surfaces. 

Apply by brush or spray to pro'^nde a minimum dry film thickness of 2.0 mils. 

For gal^/anised siu'faces clean 'S'elds, bolted connections and abraded sxess and apply 
galvanizing repair paint to comply vith ASTM A 780. 



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SECTION QSS2Q - HANDRAILS AND RAILINGS 

FART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drawings erfd gener&l prchsions of Contr&ct.. including General and SiJipplementsry 
Conditions and Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to ^'ork of tins section. 

SUMMARY 

Extent of handrails and railings is indicated on dra-Ti'ings and includes miscellaneous 
handr;Eals and railing systems not included in other sections of these specifications. 

Types of handrsils and railing: systems required in this section include; 

Aluminum handrails and railing systems. 

Steel pipe handroils and railing systems ai'e specified in another Division-j section, 
"Metal Fabrication? " . 

Produotg furnighcj but not instcdlrd under thi? section include insert? ond enchot^t? 
preset m ma::unry and concrete tor aiiChorage of handrails aiid railing iystem;. 

DEE IH IT IONS 

Definitions m ASTM E 985 lor railing-related terms apply to this section. 

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 

Structural PerfQrm;arices of Hiandrails and Railing Systems : Design engineer., 
fabricate, and install handraiis aiio railing systems to comply vith reqmrements of 
ASTM E yS'S for structural performance based on testing performed in accordance vith 
ASTM E 894 and E 935. 

Structui^al Performance of Handrails and Railing Systems : Design, engineer, fabricate, 
and install handrails and railing s^'stems to -vidthstand the folloTidng structural loads 
without exceeding the allocable design '^^'orking stress of the materials for hatidrails, 
railing systems, anchors, and connections. Apply each load to produce the maximum 
stress in each of the respective components comprising handrails and railing s\rstems 

Top Rail of Guardrail S^j^tems : Capable of "^jithstanding the foUo-^ing loads 
af'plied as indicated: 



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Concentrated load of 300 It-i applied at any point nonconcurrently. 

^^.rtically do w'n"r.''ard or horizontally. 

Handrails Hot Serving as Top Rails : Capable of 7/ithstanding the follo^ng loads 
8f>plied as indicated: 

Concentrated load of 2ChT Ibf applied at any point nonconcvtrrently, 
vertically dovn vard or horisontally. 

Ififill Area of Criaai^drail Systems : Caj>aMe of -withstanding a horizontal 
concentrated load of 200 Ibf applied to one sq fi. at any point m the s'j'stem 
including panels, intermediate rails balusters, or other elements compijsmg the 

infill area. 

Above load need not be aj^umed to act concurrently ?,'ith isriiform 
honsonial loadi: on top rails of railing systems m determining stress on 
eijard . 

SUBMITTALS 

Product Data : Manufacturer'; technical data lOir products and processes used in 
hendraiis and railing systems, including finishes exid grout. 

Shop Drawings Show' details of fabrication arid instHllation for eacli type and material 
of handrail and railing system required including plans, ele^^^tions, sections, profiles 
of reiis.. fittifigs, connections., arid erichors. 

Provide templates for anchor end bolt installation by others. 

Include structural computations evidencing compliarice of haridrails and 
railing systems vith design loadings indicated. 

Test reports from independent testing laboratory e^'idencing compliance of handrails 
arid railing s--tems --ith ASTM 1 985. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Single Source Responsibility : Obtain handrails and railing s-jrstems of each type and 
material from a single manufacturer. 

Design Responsibility : Engage a -qualified professional engineer to prepare or 
supervise the preparation of structural computations for handrails and railing systems 
to determine compliaiice vith structural performance requirements indicated. 

Engineer Qualifications : A professionel engineer vho is licensed to practice in 
jurisdiction vhere Project is located and '^'■ho is experienced in pro'ading 
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STORAGE 

Store handredls and railing s'i^teins in clean dry location., a^^yfrom uncured concrete 
and masonry, protected against daiuage oi any kind. Cover vith vaterproof paper. 
Tarpaulin, or polyetli-j^ene slieeting, alloT/ for air circulation inside the covering. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
MAHUFACTURERS 

Available Manuf actm'er; : Subject to compliance vith requirements, manufacturers 
offering handreil? end roiling ^^j.'steia? ^'hich me.y be incorporated m the 'vztk 
include, but are not limited to. the foUoiving; 

Mariufacturer : Subject to compliaiice vith requirements, provide handrails and railing 
s'i/'stems of one of the foliof.ang: 

Alimiinum Pipe Railing System Manufacturers : 

Aluminum Tube Railings, Inc. 

Architectural Art Mfg , Inc. 

Blum: Julius Blum .?: CO., Inc. 

Blumoraft of Pittsburgh. 

Braun: J.G. Braun Co. 

Craneveyor Corp . 

Lifeguard Corp . 

lie^'m.Mn Bros , Inc. 

Pons Mfg. Div., Flight Systems. 

Sterling Factciries Inc 

Superior Aluminum Products, Inc. 

Tri-Tech Inc. 

TSCO lnternation;3l. Tube Specialties Co., Inc. 

¥agner: R & B ¥agner. Inc. 

York Metal Fabricators, Inc. 

METALS 

General: Comply '?^'ith standai'ds indicated for forms and types of metals indicated or 
required for handrail eiiid railing system components. 

Aluminum : Provide alloy arid temper recommended by aluminum producer or finishei- 
for t'-'pe of U2e and finish indicated, and vith not less than the strength and durability 
properties, of the alloy and temper designated belov for each altaminum form required. 

Extruded Bar and Shape : ASTM B 221, 6063-T6 

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Extruded Five mvi Tube : ASTM B 429. 6063-16. 

Dravn Seamier." Tube : ASTM B 483, 6063-1832. 

Plate and SheeT : ASTM B 209. 6061 -T6. 

Die Olid Haiid Tor einss : ASTM 6 247,6061-16. 

Castings : ASTM B 26. 3jt.-T6. 

MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS 

Nonshrink Honmetallic Orout : f're-mixed. factory-packaged, nonstainuig, 
noncorfuJiye, nonsaseuii?. arout conip-lying; vith CE CRD-C62I. Provide grout 
jf.-ecifically recommended by maiiulacti«'er for interior aiid exterior epplice.tions of 

type specified in this section, 

lafteners : Use fasteners of same b^asic metal ^as the fastened laetal, uiiless othervise 
indicated. Do not xk^e metsl-: vhich are corrorivt^ or incompatible vith materials jmned. 

Provide concealed faz'^teners for interconnection of handrail and railing 
coiaponeriis aaic lor their atttchmsni to ether vork except vhere exposed 
fsi:teners are una.'Tiidable or are the standard fastening method for handrail 
and railing system indicated 

Provide Phillips flat-head machine screws for exposed tasteners tinless 
otherwise indicated. 

Anchors and Inserts : Provide iaiichors of type, size, and material required for type of 
loading ejid installation condition sho'vi-'n, as recommended by maiiufacturer, unless- 
otherwise indicated. Use non-ferroiK! metal of hot-dipped galvanized anchors and 
inserts for exterior locations aiid elsevhere as required for corrosion resistance. Use 
toothed steel or expansion bolt devices for drilled-in-place anchors. 

Bituminous Faint : SSPC-Paint 12 (cold-applied asphalt mastic). 

EABRICATIOK 

General : Fabricate handrails arid railing systems to design, dimensions and details 
sho^'n. Provide handrail and railing members m sizes and profiles indicated, xAxh 
supporting posts and brackets of size and spacing shovn, but not less than required to 
comply ^■ith reqioirements indicated for structural performance. 

Shop Assembly : Prea^semble items in shop to greatest extent possible to minimize field 
splicing end assembly. Disassemble units only as necessary for shipping and handling 
limitations. Clearly mark imits for reassembly and coordinated installation. 



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Hon velded Connectiong : Fabricate railing systems and haridrails for interconnectiori 
of members by means of railing maiiufacturer's standard concealed mechanic-al 
fasteners and fittings unless otherwise indicated. Fabricate members and fittings to 
prodiice flush., smooth, rigid, hairline joints. 

Fabricate splice joints for field connection using epoxy structural adhesive 
"Ti^here this represents manufacturer's standard splicing method. 

¥elded Connections for Almninum Pipe : fabricate aluminum pipe handrails and 
railing systems for interconnection of members by concealed internal velds., vhich 
eliminate surface grinding., using maniifacTi.irer's sTandard system of sleeve and socket 
fittings. 

Form chatiges m direction of railing members by bending members., insertion of 
prefabricated elbOw' fittings.. radilL^ bends., or by mitering. 

At elbov bends provide mitered joints. 

For haridrails and railing systems '^•ith non'^''elded connections vnich aj^s expose^j to 
exterior or to moistiu'e from condensation or other sources, pro^nde '^■'eepholes or other 
meaiis for evacuation of entrapped vater in hollov sections of railing members. 

Brackets, Flai'iges. Fiitmgs aiio Anchor; ProiAde matiuf actui'er ; ^taiiiar.i -zrall 
bracKets, riaiiges, miscellaneous ntTings and anchors ror interconnection or handrail 
and railing members to other vork, unless othervise indicated 

Furnish inserts and other anchorage devices for connecting handrails and 
railing systems to concrete or masonry vork. Fabricate anchorage devices 
^•'hich are capable of T/ithstandmg lo&Aiings imposed by haiidrails aiid railing 
systems. Coordinate anchor^e 'devices vith supporting structure. 

For railing posts set in concrete provide preset sleeves of steel, not less than 6" 
long and iriside dimensions not less than 1/2" greater than outside dimensions 
of post, vith steel plate forming bottom closure. 

METAL FINISHES. GENERAL 

Comply '^'ith NAAMM "Metal Finishes Maniial" for recommendations and designations of 
finishes, except as other'S'ise indicated. 

ALUMINUM FINISHES 

Clags I Color Anodised Finish : AA-M12C22Ai2/44 (mechanical finish, nonspecular as 
fabricated.: chemical etch, medium matte.: 7 mil min. thick electrohnically deposited or 
integrally colored anodic coating) c^iimplying Ti'ith AAMA 606.1 or AAMA 605.1 , 



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Color As selected by Architect from T/ithm staiiderd industry colors ai'id color 
density range. 



PART \ - EXECUTION 

PREPARATION 

Cijordinate setting dravmgs. diagrams, templates., instnaciions.. and directions for 
installation of smchorasies, such 85 sleeves, cJiincrete inserts, anchor bolts end 
ffliscellaneoi.is items having; integraJ anchors, vhich are to t>e embedded in concrete a-s 
masonry construction Coordinate deli^J^ry of siKh items to proiect site. 

Iield Ivlea^urements : Talie field measurements f-rior to fabrication. 

IHSTALLATIQN . GEHERAL 

lit exposed connection: accura'pi" together to form tight, heirline joints. 

Perfurm ciittins, drillin'g and fitting required for mstalle.tion of handrails and railing 
systems. Set w-iiirk accurately m location, eiigniaent and elevation, plumb, level, true. 
and free of racK, measured from established lines and levels. Do not veld, cut or abrade 
surfaces of haridreils end railing componenis vhich have been coated or finished after 
fabrication, and are intended for field connection by mechanical means without 
further cutting or fitting 

Adjust haiidradls arid railing systems i:>"ior to anc^ioring to ensure matching alignment 
ai abutting joints. Space posts at intervals indicated but not less than th8.t required by 
design loadings . 

ANCHOR IHG POSTS 

Concrete- Anchored Posts in Slee'^s : Insert posts m preset slee'res cast into concrete 
and fill annular space bet'S'een posts and sleeve solid ■^'ith nonshrink, nonmetallic 
grout, mixed and placed to comply vith grout manufactui'er's directions. 

Cover anchor;3g:e joint vith flange or escutcheon plate attached to post after 
filling of annxilar space. 

Anchor posts to metal surfaces vith manufacturer's standard fittings designed for this 
purpose, unless other'?;'ise indicated. 

RAILING CONNECT IQHS 

Non^^elded Connections : Use manufacturer's standard mechanical or adhesive joints 
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prevent deiuyae to railing members and fittings. Seai recessed holes of exposed locking 
screws i.ising plex-tic filler cement colored to match finish of hemdrails end railing 
systems. 

Velded Connections : Use fi.jlly velded joints for permanently connecting railing 
components by ".'hiding. Cope or butt components to pro'vide ICtfi percent contact or ijse 
manufacturer's standard fittings designed for this purpose. 

ANCHORING FLAILING ENDS 



Anchor railing ends into concrete or masonry vith manufacturer's standard fittin.crs 
designed for this piu'pose, unless otherwise indicated. 

Anchor railing ends to metal surfaces with msnufacturer's standard fittings using 
ci?i"iceeled fasteners, unless otherTAse in^jicated. 

ATTACHMENT Or HANDRAILS TO ¥ALLS 

General : Secure hendrails to w-alls with manufacturer's standard wcJl brackets and end 
fittings., unless other^^'ise indicated. 

For concrete and solid mar^onry . Vise dnlled-in expansion shields and conce:3iled hanger 

bolts, unless other wise indicated. 

for hollov masonry anchoraee use toggle bolts with S'^usre hea-Js. unless otherTi'ise 
indicated. 

For stud partitions use lag bolts fastened to Titiod blocking be*T;^er: studs. Coordina.te 
VI th spacing of studs for accui'ate location of blocking members. 

AD.FJSTINC 

PEQTECTIQN 

Protect finishes of railing s^'steffls and handrails from damag:e during construction 
period by use of temporai-y protective coverings approved by railing manufacturer. 
Remo^'e protective co\'ering at time of Substantial Completion. 

P.estore finishes damaged during installation and construction period so that no 
evidence remains of correction '^•ork. Return items vhich cannot be refinished in the 
field to the shop: make required alterations and refmish entire unit, or pro^nde nev 
units as required. 



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SECTION OSTl'S - PREFABRICATED SPIRAL STAIRS 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary 
Conditions and Division-l Specification sections, apply to TJ-ork of this section. 

DESCRIPTION OF ¥QRK 

Definition : Prefabricated spiral stairs consist of assemblies of spirally-arranged 
triangular shaped treads radiating from a ceiitral supporting column., and include 
platforms and railings 

Steel framed stairs not of spiral design are specified in Division 5 section, "Metal 
Fabrications." 

SYSTEM PERFORMANCES 

Structural Performances: Provide spiral stair assemblies vhich. vhen installed, 
comply "With the following minimum rcquircmrnts for structured pcrffrmoncr, unless 
otherwise indicated. 

Treads : Capable of withstanding a uniform load of IM Ibf per sq. ft. or a 
concentrated load of 300 Ibf so located as to produce maximum stress conditions. 

Handrails and Top Rails : Capable of withstanding a concentrated load of 200 Ibf 
applied at any point, downward or horizontally. 

Guards : Balusters capable of withstanding a uniform load of 25 Ibf per sq ft. of 
gross area of the guard, including any open areas, of which balusters are a part. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Shop Assembly : Preassemble and inspect stair unit^ in factory to ensure coordinated, 
well-fitted assemblies, disassemble for shipping and handling after clearing marking 
components to permit coordinated assembly. 

SUBMITTALS 

Product Data : Submit manufactxirer's specifications and installation instructions for 
prefabricated stair units including paint products. 



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ShQt> Dravingg : Submit shop dra-Ti'-ings for fabrication and erection of prefabricated 
metal stairs Include plans, elevations, sections and details of components and at 
connections. Provide templates for anchor and bolt installation by others. 

¥here materials or assemblies are indicated to comply vith certain design 
loading requirements, include structural computations, material properties and 
other information needed for structural analysis . 

Samples : Submit samples of stair components inclxoding exposed metal vith painted 
finish, tread vearing surface, and railing members. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS 

A ''liable Manitfacturef g : Subject to compliance -K-ith requirements, manufacturers 
offering products vhich may be incori>orated in the vork include, but are not limited 
to, the following: 

Accent Spiral Stairis'-ay Liiv., ¥oodbridge Ornamental Iron Co. 
Boston I)esign Coi'p. 
Duvinage Corporation 

MATERIALS 

Metals : 

Metal Stirfaces, General : For fabrication of prefabricated spiral stairs use only 
materials vhich are smooth and free of surface blemishes inclt^jing pitting, seam 
marks, roller marks, rolled trade names aiid roi^hness. 

Steel Plates, Shapes and Bars : ASTMA36. 

Steel Bar for &rating Treads end Platforms : ASTMA569. 

Steel Columns : ASTMA513. 

Steel Pipe Railings : ASTM A 'jx standard weight (schedule 40), black finish unless 
galvanizing indicated. 

Gray Iron Castings : ASTM A 43, Class 30. 

Miscellaneous Materials : 

Shop Primer for Steel : Manufacturer's standard. 



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Fasteners : Of size and type stenderd ^Xh manufacturer; of same metal as fastened 
metal, except use stainless steel for fastening of aluminum components. 

Galvanized Repair Paint : High zinc dtjst content paint for regalvanizing Trelds in 
galvanized steel., complying vith Military Specifications, MIL-P-2103j (Ships). 

FABRICATION 

¥ofKmanshit>, General: 

Use materials of size and thickness indicated, or if not otherwise indicated, as required 
to produce assemblies of proper strength and durability for intended use. ¥ork to 
dimensions sho^m or accepted on shop drawings, using proven details of fabrication 
and support. 

Form exposed Trork true to line and level mxh accurate angles and surfaces and edges 
straight and ciorved as indicated. Ease exposed edges to a radius of approximately 1 /32" 
tmless otherTvise indicated. Form bent metal corners to smallest radius {>ossible vithout 
causing grain sepai^ation or other^^ise impairing vork. 

¥eld corners and seams continuously, complying with A¥S specification foi' filler 
metals, electrodes and procedures. Grind exi>osed velds smooth and flush to match and 
blend wixYi adjoining surfaces. 

Form exposed connections vith hairline joints, flush and smooth, using c-on<:«aled 
fasteners vhere possible. Use exposed fasteners supplied by stair manufacturer only 
for field-made connections, unless otherwise indicated. 

Provide for anchorage of type shovn, coordinated vith supporting structure. Fabricate 
and space anchoring devices to provide adequate support 

Fabrication of Components: 

Steel Coltjmn for Center Support : Provide steel column vith base plate of size and type 
required to support loads and provide for anchorage to floor structure; provide suitable 
anchorage of column at upper floors by means of landings attached to column and floor 
structure, miless otherwise indicated. Provide cap for column if top exposed. 

Stair Treads and Platforms : Fabricate treads and landings to conform to size^ and 
arrangement indicated vith hubs machined to proper tolerances for coordinated field 
assembly and attachment to columns. Pro'S'ide treads and platforms of material, frame 
type, and rearing surface belov: 

Bent Steel plate treads and platforms vith non-tapering flanges, velded hubs 
and legs; wearing surface as indicated belov: 



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Checkered plate. 

Risers : Provide closed risers of manufacturer's standard design. 

Railings: Provide manufacturer's standard railing systems uniformly bent to spiral 
shape and continuing at top to form guard rail around floor opening. Provide balusters 
and handrails of size, material and design indicated. 

METAL FINISHES 

General : Comply vith NAAMM "Metal Finishes Manual" for recommendations and 
<tesig.nations of finishes, except as other's.'ise indicated 

Ferrous Metal Paint Finish: 

Preparation : Clean surfaces oi dirt., grease and loose rusi u. mill scale, incltiding items 
^•ith gaJvaniEed coating if any. Pretreat galvanised surfaces to be painted., vith 
conversion coating of type suited to organic coating applied over it. 

Factory-prime finish : Apply air-dried primer immediately following cle.aning and 
pretreatment. if any. to surfaces vhich vill be exposed and to non-galvanized surfaces 
T/hich -viW be concealed, to pro'S'ide a minimum dry film thickness of 2.0 mils. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 
PREPARATION 

Fiu'nish setting draiidngs, diagrams, templates, and directions for installation of 
anchorages including concrete inserts, anchor bolts and miscellaneous items 'with 
integral anchors vhich are to be embedded in concrete constrtx:tion. 

INSTALLATION 

Fastening to In-Place Construction : Provide anchorage devices and fasteners vhere 
necessary for securing miscellaneous metal items to in-place construction, including 
threaded fasteners, concrete and masonry inserts, toggle bolts, through- bolts, lag bolts, 
vood scre^i's and other connectors as required. 

Assembly and Placement : Assemble spiral stair components to comply vith 
mantifacturer's instructions vith each component aligned and in proper relationship 
to each other, securely anchored to supporting column and adjacent structure. Set 
stairs accurately in location, alignment and elevation, plumb, level, true and free of 
rack, measured from established lines and levels. Do not cut, alter or drill any stair 
components in field vhich do not fit properly but return to manuiactm'er for 



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refabrication. unless otherwise indicated. Do not veld connections vhich are inten<ted 
to be bolted or screved. 

Velding : At connections betveen stairs end building structijre vhich are indicated to 
be connected by velding, comply vith A¥S Specifications for materials and procedxires 
for manvjal shielded metal-arc velding, the appearance and quality of velds ma<te, and 
methods used in correcting velding vork. 

AD lUST AND CLEAN 

Touch-up Painting . Immediately after erection, clean field velds, bolted connections 
and abraded areas of factory- pain ted surfaces, and paint those areas vhere paint has 
been remo^red vith same material used in factory painting. Apply by brush and spray 
to provide a minimum dry thickness of 2.0 mils. 



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SECTION 06100 - ROUGH CARPENTRY 

FART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

I>re.Ti;'in;|:s snd general provisions of Contract., inclijdmg General end Suj-j-lementery 
Cufi<Jition3 9iid Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to vork of this seciion 

SUMMARY 

Tvt'es of vorK in this section include rough carpentry for: 

Miscellaneous vood frajxiing. 

¥ood grounds, nailers and blocking, 

¥ood furrins;. 

Underlayiuent . 

Ply^riod roof decking. 

Finish carpentry is specified in another section vithin Division 6 

P't'c.-fgK+M<;sit*'i 'T^-'ijC'd tt'usses are specified in another Di^'ision-t section 

DEI IN IT IONS 

Rough carpentry includes carpentry '^tirl: not specified as part of other sections and 
'w'hich is generally not exposed., except as other 'S'lse indicated. 

SUBMITTALS 



Product Data : Submit mantJiacturer's specifications and inst8llatiot:i instructiMis for 
materials listed belo'S'': 

Roof sheathing. 

Material Certificates : ¥here dimensional lumber is pro^'ided to comply '^■ith minimum 
allo'vi'^.tle i^it stresses, submit listing of species and grade selected for each ice, and 
submit e\adence of compliance ■^■ith specified requirements. Compliai:ice may be in 
form of a signed copy of applicable portion of lumber producer's grading rules 
shoeing design values for selected species and grade Design \iBiues shsdl be a^ 
appro-.i^d by the Board of Re-.-e " of American Lumber Standards Committee. 



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¥ood Treatment psr?. Submit chemicel treatment meriufactiirer's instructions for 
hatidhns.. storing, installation and finishing of treated material. 

Preseryative Treatment : For each type specified, include certification by 
treating p-lanT statins: tyj>e of preservative solution and pressure process used., 
net aiaount of preservative retained and conformance with applicable 
stand;ards. 

For Tater-borne treatmenT inclu<3e statefflent that moisture content of treated 
materials \'-82 reduced to levels indicated prior to shipment to project site. 

Fire-Rater dent Treatment Inclu;Je certification by treating: plant xhi^* treated 
materiai complies vith speciiied standard and other requirements 

PRODUCT HANDLING 



Delivery and :-^tora;<& Keep materials under cover arid dry. Protect ag:i5in2t eicposure to 
■'S't'j.'l-Sr and contact with damp or w^i surfaces. Stacl; lumber as w'ell as plvw'ood and 
other panels, provide for air circulation within aiid around stacks and tmder 
Tsmpcrary coverings including polyethylene and similar ma.terials. 

For lumber and plwood pressi;re irea.ted with V'^.Terbcrne chemicals, sticKer 
between each course to provide air circulation. 

PROTECT CQND IT lOKi; 

Coordination : Fit carpentry '^/ork to other v/ork; scribe end cope as required for 
accm'ate fit. Correla.te loca.tion of furring, nailers, blocking, grouiids and similar 
supports to alio?/ attachment of other '^'ork. 



FART 2 - PRODUCTS 
LUMBER, GEHERAL 

Lumber Standards . Manufacture lumber to comply with PS 20 "American Soft-'Tood 
Lumber Standard" and vith applicable grading rules of inspection agencies certified 
by American Lumber Standards Committee's (ALSO) Boai'd of Review. 

Inspection Agencies : Inspection agencies and the abbreviations used to reference with 
lumber grades and species include the following 

RIS - Redwood Inspection Service. 

NLGA - Na.tional Lianber Grades Authority (Canadiati). 
SPIE - Southern Pine Inspection Bureau. 
¥CLIE - ¥est Coast Lumber Inspection Bureau. 



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¥¥Pa - Western ¥uod Products Associatiori. 

Grade Stamps : Factory-iaark each piece of lumter vith grade stamp of inspection 
agency e'ndencmg compliance Tilth grading rtale requirements and identif'jdng 
grading agency., grade, species, moisture content at time of surfacing, and mill. 

Nominal sises ai'e indicated, except as sho'^n by detail dimensions. Provide actual sises 
as required by PS 20, for moisture content specified for each use. 

Provide dressed lumber, S4S, miless otherwise indicated. 

Provide seasoned lumber vith 19 percent ma:dmum moisture content at time of 
dressing and shipment for sizes 2" or less in nominal thickness, unless 
other w'ise indicated . 

MISCELLAHEOUS LUMBER 

Provide vood for support or attachment of other '?;.'urk including rooftop equipment 
curbs and support bases, cant strips, bucks, nailers, blocking, furring, grounds, 
stripping and similar members. Provide lumber of sizes indic3.ted, ''Xirked into shapes 
showTL, and as foUoTS: 

Moisture ccntent : 19 percent majamum lor lumber items not specified to recei'.'c. ~-oi 
jifeserv&tivt tt't-atmefii 

Grade Standard Orade Ught framing sise lumber of any species or board sise lumber as 

reqiured. No. 3 Common or Staiidai'd grade boai'ds per ¥CLI£ or ¥¥?A rules or No. 3 
boards per SPIE rules. 

COHSTRUCTION PANELS 



Construction PaLiel Standards : Cosply with PS 1 "U.S. Product Standard for Constructiot^ 
aiid Industrial Pl>"7;''ood" for pl-jr^^'ood panels and, lor products not maiiufactured under 
PS 1 provisions, ""ith American Pl^riod Associa.tes (APA) "Performance Standard and 
Policies for Structural-Use Panels", Form No E44j 

Trademai'k : Factory-mark each constrtxnion panel with APA trademai'k evidencing 
compliance '^•'ith grade requirements. 

Concealed APA Performance-Rated Panels : ¥here construction panels "^all be i^ed for 
the folloT/iiig concealed types of applications, provide APA Performence-P'ated Panels 
<::omplying ?/ith reqtJirements indicated for grade designation, span rating, exposui'e 
durability classification, edge detail (vhere applicable) ai:id thickness. 

RoofSheathine- : APA RATEL' SHEATHING. 

Exposure Durability Classification : EXTERIOR. 



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Spen Raring : 40/20. 

All roof sheathing shell be fire-retardant treated in accordance -niYi 
Aiaericaii ¥aod Preservers Association Statadai'd A¥Pa C27.. and each 
pdece shall bear a UL label., shall be APA rated sheathing marked PSl. 
After treatment pl^'^'ood shall be dried to ari average moistiire content of 

IS percent (l"^.'".). 

Pl'/"v.a3od Baclang: Panels : For moiinting electrical or telephone equipment., pro-^hde 
fire-retardant treated plv^'ood panels ^ith grade designation, APA C-D PLUGGED INT 
7/ith exterior glue, in thickness indicated, or, if not otherwise indicated, not less than 
1!:.V32". 

M ISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS 



Fasteners and Anchore.ges Provide size, typ>e, materiel end finish as indicated and as 
recommended by applicable standards, complying ^ith applicable Federal 
Specifications for nails, staples, screws, bolts, nuts, '^'ar^hers and arichoring defaces. 
Provide me'si haiigers and fr3iiiin£. anchors of the size and type recommended by the 
manufacturer for each i.jse including; recommended nails . 

Y^'here rouj'h carpen*"" ■^'^orl: is exposed to veather,. in "round contact, or in 
area of high relaf ive hi.;midity. provide fasteners and anchorages '^th a hot-dip 
zinc coa.tmg (ASTM A 153/- 

AH roof deck fasteners shall be ho'';-dip zinc coating (ASTM A 15'?.?. 

Building Paper , ASTM D 226, Type I.: asphalt saturated felt, non-perforated, o-lb. type. 

Air Infiltration Earner : Pro'ade 6.1 mil thick fabric composed of ';^ry fine, high 
density polyethylene fibers vith vapor transmission rate of 1)1.30 grams per 100 sq in. 
in 24 hours.: veight of 6.61 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft..: bursting strength of lOj psi.; tear 
resistance of 32 5 lbs for length 24 8 lbs. for vidth.; air porosity c'f 7.6 seconds,: vater 
resistance of 99 3 cm of vater head. 

Product : Subject to compliaiice with requirements, provide Twek.: Textile Fibers 
Dept., DuFtint Co. 

VOOD TREATMENT BY PRESSURE PROCESS : 

Preserv^.ti^'e Treatment : ¥here lijmber or ph'^'^ood is indicated ss "Trt-¥d" or "Treated," 
or IS specified herein to be treated, comply vith applicable requirements of A¥PA 
Standards C2 (Liunber) and C9 (Pl-j^.^xiod) and of A¥PB Standards listed beloTv. Mark 
each treated item vith the A¥PE Quality Mai'k Requirements. 

Pressure-treat abo'v'e-grouiid items vith ^/'ater-bcrne preservatri.'es to comply 
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moisture content, respectively, of 19 percent anc 15 percent. Treat indicated 
Item? sii'j the following': 

Vood cants., nailers., ci^bs, equipment support bases., blockins;, stripping, 
and similar members in connection vith roofing, flashing, ^^apor 
barriers and Ti'e.terproofing 

¥ood sills, sleepers., blocking., f^iarring, stripping siid similar concealed 
members in contact T/ith masonry or concrete. 

"/ood framing members less than lo" above grade. 

¥ood floor plates installed over concrete slabs directly in contact vith 
earth. 

Fire-RetardenT Treeiment : v/here fire-retsrdant treated vood ("FRT¥") is indicated, 
pressure impregnate lumber and pi'/"v:''ood 'S'lth fire-retai'dant chemicals to comply vith 
A^PA 020 ar.d C2?.. respectively., for treatment typ^e indicated belo--, identify "FRT¥" 
lumber -ij^-ith appropriate classification mar-king- of Underwriters Laboratories, Inc., U.S. 
Testing, Timber Products Inspection or other testing and inspecting a.gency acceptable 
to aiithorities having lurisdiction. 

Interior Type A : Use where "FRT¥" wood is indicated for interior applications. 

ZAterior Type . U;e w'hsrt "FElTw" ' voo^j is indicated for exl&rior, expose-d 



jf trei3.ted lumber or ph^'ood after drymv a:id discard 



damaged or defective ''leces. 



PART .", - EXECUTION 
IKSTALLATIOH, &EHFRAL 

Discard units of materiel vi -h defects which might imp^Edr quality of work., aiid lu'iits 
which are too small to use in fabncaung work with minimum lomts or optimiHii joint 
arrangement. 

Set carpentry work to required le^^ls and lines, with members pliamb and true to line 
and cut ai:id fitted. 

Securely attach carpentry wcirk to substrate by anchoring and fastening as shown and 
as required by recognized standai'ds. 

Countersink nail heads on exposed carpentry work and fill holes. 



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Use CQtQmon ^nre n9i\c_ . excej>t er otherwise indicated. Use finishing nsils for finish 
'STork. Select fasteners of size that vill riot penetrate members vhere opposite side "^ill 
be exposed to viev or will recei'/e finish materials. Mal^e tight connections between 
members histall fasteners -without splitting of Tj-ood: predriU as required. 

¥00D GROUNDS. NAILERS.. BLOCK IMG AND SLEEPERS 

Provide vherever shovn snd vhere required for screeding or sttaohment of other 
w'orK. Form to shapes d£ show'n and cut as reqiured for tn.je line and level of w'orK to be 
attached. Coordii:i&te location '^'ith other vork involved. 

Attach to substrates es required to support applied lo8<Jing Countersink tn^lts and nuts 

flush w'ith surfaces, unless otherwise indicated. Build into masonry during installation 
of mesonry ^^orK, ¥here possibly:., erichc'r to formT;''ork before concrete placement. 

Provide C'ermerient grounds of dressed, preservative treated,, key-bevelled lumber not 
less thai:. 1-1/2' '^■ide arid of thickness required to bring: face of ground to exact 
thickness of finish iLatensl invcl-^d. Remo',^ temporary groirnds -'hen nc longer 
required 

¥00D FURRING 

Install plumb and level vith closure strips at edges and openings. Shim vith Tw'ood as 

reqi;if ed for toleraiice of finished vork, 

Firestoi::. furred st>aces on vails at each floor level and at ceiling line of top 
storv, ■?;'ith ?'ood blocking or noncombustible materisis., o.ccuratelv fitted to close 
furred spaces. 

Furring to Receive Gypsum Dryvall : Unless otherwise indicated, provide 1" x 2" 
f\irring a,* 16" c c,., vertically 

INSTALLATION OF CONSTRUCTION PANELS 



Cxeneral : Comply vith applicable recommendations contained in Form No, E 30F„ "APA 
Eiesign /Construction Guide - Residential « Commercial," for f^^^^s of pl>"?;'DCid products 

and applications indicated. 

Fastening Methods : Fasten panels as indicated belov: 
Roof sheathing : Nail to framing, 
Plyvood Backing Panels : Naii to supports , 



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AIR INFILTRATION EARRIi.R : 

Cover ■^'all sheathing ^'ith air infiltratiun barrier to comply '^'ith maiiufactiirer's 
printed directions. 



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SECTION 061Q2 - PREFABRICATED WOOD TRUSSES 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dra^dng? end genersl prcmsions of Contract, including General and Supplementary 
Conditions end Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to 7/orL of this section. 

SUMMARY 

Extent and configuration of prefabricated '^■■ood trusses is indicated on dravmgs. 

Types of oreM^r loated vood trusses inclu:]o . 

&able-sLiaf>ed Trusses. 

Roof sheathing; is specified in Di''ision-6 section "Roui;h Cai'pentry". 

DEPINITIONS 

Prefabricated ^/oci trusses include planai' structui'al uiiits consisting; of metal plate 
connected members w"hich ere fabricated from dimension lumber aiid w'hich have 
been cut and assetubled prior to delivery to the project site. 

SUBMITTALS 



ProdU'it DatP. Submit f'aL:'ricator's technical data covering lumber, metal plates, 
hard'^^are, fabrication process., treatment (if any)., handling aiid erection. 

Submit certifics.te, signed by an officer cf fabricating firm, indicating that 
trusses to be supplied for project comply "^ath indicated requirements. 

Submit certification by treating plant that required fire-retardant treatment 
complies 7/ith specified st^andard aiid other requirements, and by metal 
connector plate mai:iuf'acturer that fire-retardant formxilation is appro'\'ed for 
^jse vith plates for truss exposure indicated. 

Shop Dra^angs : Submit shop dra^'ings sho^ang species, sizes and stress grades of 
lumber to be used; pitch, span, camber configuration and spacing for each t-.^P'S of tri;ss 
required, type, size, material, finish, design values, location of metal connector plates.: 
and bearine and anchorage details. 



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To the eAtent engineering design considerations are indicated as fabricator's 
responsibility, submit design anelysis end test reports indicating loading., 
section modulus, as3i.imed allocable stress, stress diagrams and calculations, and 
similar information needed for analysis arid to ensui'e that trusses comply li'ith 

re-i^iirements. 

Provide shop drawings vhich have been signed and stamped by a structural 
engineer licensed to practice in the jurisdiction vhere trusses 'S'ill be installed. 

QUALITY ASSURAHCE 

TPI Stgndgrds : Comply "vnth applicable requirements and recommendations of the 
foUo-ft'ing Truss Plate InstitutH (TPI) publications; 

"Desigti Specification for Metal Plate Connected ¥ood Trusses". 

"Commentary -ETid Recommendations for Handling and Erecting ¥ood Trusses". 

"Commentary and E'.c'.:C'mme!id5tic-ns for Bracing w'ood Trusse;' . 

"Qiialit" Standard for Metal Plate Connected ¥uud Trusses". 

¥ood Struc:tural Design Standard . Complv vith applicable requirements of' "National 
Design Si>ecifica.tinn for ¥ood Construction" published by N.F.F.A. 

Design by Menufactui'ef : Triuses shall be designed by Connector-plate maiiufacturer 
to support ail superimposed dead and live loads indicated., '^dth design apprc-^^ed and 
certified by as-ructurai engineer licensed to practice in the jui'isdiction vhere trtjsses 
^'ili be mstellrd 

Connector Plate Maiiufacturer 's Qualifications : Provide truss connector plates 
manufactured by a firm vhich is a member of TPI and vhich complies T/ith TPI quality 
control procedures for manufacture of connector plates published in TPI "Quality 
Standai'd for Metal Plate Connected ¥ood Trusses". 

Fabricator 's Qualifications : Provide trtosses by a firm which has a record of 
successi\illy fabricating trusses similar to type indicated and -S'tiich complies vith the 
foUc^iing requirements for qi.iality control; 

Fa.br icator participates in TPI "Quslity Assurance Inspection Program" ez a 
licensee authorized to apply TPI marKs to trusses. 

DELIVERY. STORAGE, HANDLINCt 

Handle arid store trusses vith cere, and in accordance vith manitf'actui'er's instructions 

and TPI recommendations to avoid damage from bending, overturnin.g or other cause 
for 'vi'hich truss IS not designed to resist or endure. 



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Tiiae delivery arid erection of trusses to avoid extended on-site storass and to avoid 
dela'hne f.'Turk of other trades Ti'-hose wTirk miist folio?;' erection of trusses. 



PART 2 - PRODUCT: 



MANUFACTURERS 



A vsilaMe Msnitf acturers : Subject to compliBrice vlth requiremerits.. msnufacTurers 
offering metel connector plates vhich may be incorporated in the -^rork inclute, but 
are not limited to, the follo^ans . 

Manufacturers : Subject to complisnce vith requirements provide metel connector 
plates of one of the follo'^'in8'' 

Alpine Enemeere-j Products.. Inc. 
Clary Corporation 
Cfdn" Neil S^'stenis In;": 
Hydro-Air Engineering, Inc. 
Inter-Lock Steel Co.. Inc 
Linl-:-¥ood Construction Systems. 
Luffiberiaate Compsny 
Eobbins Manufacturing Co. 
The Penel-Clip Comt-eny. 
Tee-Lok Corp. 

Truss Connectors of Aiuerica. 
Tr^x^v^i Systems Corp 
Woodrabrice.tors. Inc. 
I'Dod Structiires. Inc. 

LUMBER 



Factory mark each piece of lumber Tv-ith type, grade mill aiid grading ag'ency. 

Lumber Standard . Mam.^"acture lumber to comply '^ith PS 20 "Americen S^^^ft1S'ood 
Lumber Standai'd" arid vith applicable grading rules of inspection agencies certified 
by Americati Lumber Sten derds Committee's (ALSO Board of Re\'ie7,'. 

Inspection Agencies Inspection ag:encies and the abbreviations used to reference 
them to lumber grades aiid species include the follomng: 

NGLA - National Lumber Grades Authority (Canadian). 
SPIB - Southern Pine Inspection Bureau. 
¥CLIB - ¥est Coast Lumber Inspection Biweau. 
¥¥PA - ¥estern ¥ood Products Association. 



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HomineJ sizes are indica.te'l except as sho w'n by deiail dimensions. 

Provide liifi-ihpr fflaiiulactui'ed to actual sizes reqmred by PS 20 to comply TR-ith 
requirements indicated belov: 

Dressed. . S4S.. loriless other vise indicated. 

Moisture Content : Seasoned, vith 19 f-ercent majcimum moistiwe content at time 
of dressing arid shipment for sizes 2" or less in nominal thickness, unless 
otherwise mdicated. 

Species : Provide ariy species arid grade vhich has been stress-rated and 
certified, a* indicated moisture content, to comply "ndth requirements belo-i?;- for 
method ai'id for minimum design values of single members; 

Stress-P- atmg: Method - Machine stress-rated. 

Design Values As indicated on dravmgs. 

METAL COHNECTOR PLATES. FASTENERS AND ANCHORAGES 



Connector Flates re.bricr.'-:':" connec^vr ple.tes from metal complying' ii'ith the 
following requirements 

Hot-Dip Galvaiii"ed Steel Sheet : Stru;tural (phvsical) quality steel sheet 
complying with A?TM A 446 Grade A, zinc coated by hot-dip process to comply 
vith ASTM A 52j, Designation GdO: minimum coated metsi thicknes:: indicated 
but not less than n. 036". 

ElectrohniC Zinc-Coated Steel Sheet : Structural (physical) quality steel sheet 
complying T.-ith ASTM A 591. Coating Class C, and, for structural properties, vith 
ASTM A 446 Grade A; zmc-coa.ted by electro-deposition; vith minimum coated 
metal thicKness indicated but riot less than 0.047". 

Alummum-Zmc Alloy-Coated Steel Sheet : Structural (ph'^/'sical) quality steel 
sheet complying vith ASTM A 792, Coating Designation AZ jO, and, for structural 
properties, vith ASTM A 446, Grade A: sluminiKn-sinc alloy-coated by hot-dip 
process; '^■ith mmimiUii coated metal thickness indicated but not less than 0.036". 

Stainless steel sheet complying: vith ASTM A 167 and. for structural properties, 
viih ASTM A 446, Grade A; "^ath minimum metal thickness indicated but not less 
than 0.035". 

Any metal indicated abo\Jt. 

Fai;tenars arid Anohorave." : Provide sise, type, material arid finish indicated for nails, 
screvs, bolts, nuts, vashers and anchoring devices. 



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¥00lJ T?iEATMENT 

lire Ret.ardent Treatment : ¥here fire-retardarit treated vood ("FRT¥") is required for 
trusses, pressure impregnate lumber vith fire-retardsnt chemicals to comply vith 
A¥PA 020 for treatment type indicated belov and identify treated materisl vith 
appropriate classification marking of Underwriters Laboratory, Inc., or other testing 
and inspection agency acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction. Use treatment 
type approved by metaj connector plate manufacturer as being non-corrosive to metal 
connector plates for application indicated. 

Interior Type A : Use vhere "FRT¥" vood is indicated for interior applications. 

Inspect each piece of treated lumber after drying and discard damaged or defective 
pieces. 

FABRICATION 

Cut tri;ss memt'er: to accurste lengths, angles and sizes tc produc? close fitting lomts 
vith ^'ood-to-w'ood bearing in assembled units 

Fabricate metal connector plates to sise, configuration, thickness and anchorage details 
required for types of joint designs indicated. 

Assemble truss members m design configura.tion indicated using jigs or other meaiis to 
ensure uniformity end accurv.cy of sssembly vith close fittin? tvin^s Position 
members to produce design camber mdica.ted. 

Connect truss members by means of metal connector plates accurately located and 
securely fastened to each side of "•ood members by means indicated or appro'^d. 



PART 5 - EXECUTION 



INSTALLATION 



Creneral : Erect and brace trusses to comply vith recommendations of maiiuf acturer and 
the Truss. Plate Institute. 

Erect trusses vith plane of truss '^■■ebs t.'ertical (plumb) and pai'sllel to each other, 
located accui'ately at design spacings indicated. 

Hoist units m place by means of lifting equipment siuted to sizes and types of trusses 
required, applied at designated lift points as recommended by fabricator, exercising 
cai'e not to dama@:e truss members or joints by out-of-plane bending or other causes 



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PfQvije teaporat"^ braving; as required to maintaiii trusses plumb, parallel atid m 
location indicated, i.mtil permanent bracing i^ installed. 

Anchor tri^sses securely at ail bearing points to comply %dxh methods and details 
indicated. 

Install permanerit bracing; siid related components to enable triosses to maintsin design 
spacing., withstand live and dead loads including lateral loads, and to comply vith other 
indicated requirements . 

Ik.' not cut or remove Xr\isx members 



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SECTION 06200 - FINISH CARPENTRY 

PART 1 - GENERxAL 
RELATED E'QCUMENTS 

Dra^angs aiid general provisions of Contract inclijding Crenersl and Supplementary 
il;on<Jitions and Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to 'i^'ork of this section. 

DESCRIPTIOHOF¥CiRK 



I'efiriition : Finish cai'pentry includes carpentry "Fork which is exposed to viev, is non- 
structural, and vhich is not specified as part of other sections. 

Types of finish cai-pentry vork in this section include: 

Exterior running and staiidins; trim 

Interior runnine and standing trim. 

Pl'.''^''uud exterior siding. 

Vinyl coated vire closet shelving and storage system. 

Roue:h carpentry is specified in another Division-b section. 

Builders Hai^dvare arid vood doors ai'e specified in Di^ision-8 sections. 

Architectural '^^odvork is specified in aiiother Division-b section. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Factory-mark each piece of lumber and plyvood vith type, grade, mill and grading 
agency identification, except omit marking from surfaces to receive transpai'ent 
finish., and submit mill certificate that material has been inspected and graded in 
accordance vith requirements if it cannot be mai'ked on a concealed stirface. 

SUBMITTALS 

Product Data : Submit manufacturer's specifications and installation instructions for 
each item of factory-fabricated siding and p^aneling. 



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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HAHDLIN& 



Protect finish cai'pentry materiads during transit, delivery, storage and handling to 
prevent damage, soiling arid deterioration. 

Do not deliver finish carpentry materials, imtil painting, yirex vorK, grinding and 
similar operations T/hich could dam8g:e, soil or deteriorate voodvork ha''^ been 
completed in installation arenas If, due to miforeseen circumstances, finish <::arpentry 
materials must be stored m other xhen installation areas, store only in areas meeting 
requirements specified for installation ai'eas. 

TDECOHDITinNS 

Conditiuning Installer shall advise Contractor of temperature arid humidity 
requirements for finish carpentry installation areas Do not install finish carpentry 
liiitil required temperatui'e and relative humidity have been stabilized aiid vili be 
maintained m installation areas 

Maintain temperature and humidity m installation area as required to maintain 
moisture content of installed finish carpentry •?iithin a 1.0 percent tolerance of 
optimum moisture content, from date of installation through remainder of construction 
pericuj. The fabricator of T^viodvork shall determine optimum moisture content and 
required temperature and humidity conditions. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

YQQD PRnpUCT QUALITY STANDARDS 

Softvood Limber Standai'ds : Comply vith PS 20 and mxh applicable grading rules of 
the respecti^'e grading and inspecting agency for the species and product indicated. 

PhT.'X'Od Standard . Comply '^i'ith PS 1 /ANSI A199.1 . 

Hard'TDod Lumber Standard : Comply irith Natiannl HordTrood LT.nnbcr Association 
(NHLi.) rules. 

Hardvood Plyy^'Cujd Standard : Comply vith PS 51 

¥ood vorking Standard : ¥here indicated for a specific prodiK^t comply ^/ith specified 
provision of the following: 

Architectui'al ¥ixidvork Institute (A¥I) "Quality Standards." 

GPjed- u p Lumber St a ndard Comply -^-ith F-S 56. 



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MATERIALS 

General.: 

Nominel sizes are indicated, except es shovn by detailed dimensions. Provide dressed or 
TTOfked and dressed lumber, as applicable, mariufactured to the actual sizes as re<iuired 
by PS 20 or to actijal sizes and pattern as shovn, unless otherwise indicated. 

Moisture Content of Sot>'vood Lumber : Pro-inde kiln-dried (KD) lumber having a 
moisture content from time of manufacture until time of installatictn not greater than 
values required by the applicable grading rules of the respective grading and 
inspecting agency for the species and product indicated. 

Moisture Content of Herdvood Lumber : Provide kiln-dried (KD) lumber having a 
moisture content from time of manufacture until time of installation "^athm the ranges 
required in the referenced '^■'oodvorking standard. 

Lumber for Painted Finish : At Contractor's option, use pieces vhich ai'e either glued- 
up lumber or made of solid lumber stock. 

ror exterior finish ceTpentry vork use glued-up lumber complying mxYi PS !)6 for "vet 
\ise" end certified so by respecti^-e grading and inspecting agency for sp>ecies and 
product indicated. 

Exterior finish Carpentry . 

Standin.£- arid P^ufmins: Trim - For trim m form of boards and vorked products, provide 
lumber compl-jang T^ath the follo~ang requirements including those of the grading 
ag:ency listed vith species 

Species : ¥hite or \^llov pine 

Crrade : D Grade clear 

Texture: Surfaced (smooth). 

Plryood for Painted Finish : Any soft'^'ood species.. Exterior Xyp^.- Medium Density 
Overlay (MDO/EXT-APA), of thickness indicated. 

Interior Finish Carpentry : 

¥/M Series ¥ood Molding Patterns: For stock molding patterns graded under Vood 
Molding and Mill^-'ork Producers Industry ¥M 4, pro^'ide the following grade baed on 
finish indicated and fabricated from any ¥estern soft'^^'-ood species graded and 
inspected by ¥¥P A. 



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StarKJifig aixd Rionnins: Trim for Painted Finish : Any Vestern soft^'-ood species graded 
and inspected by V¥PA compl'nng ^.ath lollo"v;ang requtrements: 

Grade for Standard Sizes and Patterns : "C Select" or Thoice" for Idaho ¥hite 
Pine. 

Miscelleiieoijs Materials: 



Fasteners and Anchoragjes : Pro\'ide nails, scre-vs end other anchoring devices of the 
type, sise, material and finish required for application indicated to provide secure 
attachment, concealed vhere possible, and compl'^'ing vith applicable Federal 
Specifications 

Vhere finish cai'pentry is exposed on exterior or m ai'eas of high relati^'e 
humidity, provide fasteners arid anchorasies vith a hot-dipped zinc coating 

(ASTM A 15:0. 

Screens for Soffit Vents : Provide ^.are cloth. 18x14 mesh of 0.013 diameter aliiminum 
■^are, compl-jnng Tiath FS RR-¥-365, T^.'pe VII, except black anodized "gun metal" coating 
on ■^■•ire 

Vinyl coated vire shelving; arid closet rods shall be as manufactui'ed by Closet Maid. 
Shelves end rods shall be configured as shovn on the drawings. 



PART % - EXECUTION 
PREPARATIQH 

Condition y^'ood materials to average prevailing hiualdity conditions in installation 
areas: prior to mstsllmg. 

Backprime bomber for painted finish exposed on the exterior or, vhere indicated, to 
moisture and high relative humidities on the interior. Comply 'mxh requirements of 
section on painting ■^■■ithin Di'/ision 9 for primers and their applica.tion. 

Pre- Installation Meeting : Meet at project site prior to delivery of finish carpentry 
materials and reviev coordination and environmental controls required for proper 
installation and ambient conditioning in areas to receive vorlc. Include in meeting the 
Contractor, Architect and Ci'^iTier Representatives (if any). Installers of finish 
carpentry, 's^'et vork including plastering, other finishes, painting, mechaiiical '^■■ork 
and electrical ■work, end firms and persons responsible for continued operation 
(vhether temporary or permanent) of HVAC system as required to maintain 
temper atiore and liumidity conditions. Proceed vith finish carpentry on interior only 
vhen e^'^ryone concerned agrees that required ambient conditions can be properly 
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INSTALLATION 

Discat'd units of materiad vhich are unsomid.. "warped, bo^sred, tT/isted, improperly 
treared.. not adeqiis.Tely seasoned or too smell to fabricate vork ^vh minimum of joints 
or optimum jointing arrangements., or vhich are of defective mariiofacturer vith 
respect to surfaces., sizes or patterns. 

Install the vorK plumb. , level true and straight vith no distortions. Shim as required 
using concealed shims. Install to a tolerance of 1/8" in 8'-0" for plumb and level 
countertops; and with 1 /16" maximum offset in flush adjoining 1 /8" maximum offsets in 
revealed adjoining surfaces. 

Scribe and cut T/Xirk to fit adjoining vork, and refinish cut surfaces or repair damaged 
finish at cuts. 

Standing: and Running; Trim : Install vith minimum number of joints possible, usin.g 
full-length pieces (from maicimum length of lumber a-.^^lable) to the greatest extent 
possible. St3g:ger joints m adjacent sxvi related members. Cope at returns, miter at 
corners., to produce tight fitting joints -sath full surface contact throi^hout length of 
joint. Use scarf joints for end-to-end joints. 

Malce exterior joints vater-resistant by careftil fitting. 

Apply flat grain lumber -mXh bark side exposed tci '^■eather. 

Install closet shel'dng aiid rods m accordaiice ^'ith manufacturer's instructions and 
recommendations . 

AD.TUSTMENT. CLEANINIj, FIiuSHIH& AKD PROTECTION 

Repair damaged and defective finish carpentry vork vhere^rer possible to eliminate 
defects fxinctionally aiid visually; -^'here not possible to repair properly, replace 
T/Toodvork. Adjust joinery for uniform appearance. 

Clean finish carpentry '^■'ork on exposed and semi-exposed sui'faces. Touch-up shop- 
applied finishes to restore damaged or soiled ai'eas. 

Refer to Di\^siQn-9 sections for final finishing of installed finish carpentry -^inrk. 

Protection : Installer of finish carpentry vork shall advise Contractor of final 
protection and maintained conditions necessary to ensure that ■^•ork viU be -^iitliout 
damage or deterioration at time of acceptance. 



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SECTION 06401 - EITERJQR ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK 



PART 1 - GENERAL 

RELATED DQCUMENTS 

Dra'wing.s aiig general provisions of Contract, including General an-i Supplementary 
Ccinditions an^j Di^hsion 1 Si:>ecification Sections, apply to thi? seoticrti 

SUMMARY 

This Section includes the following; 

Extenor door fraicej. 

Related Section; : The following sections contain requirements that relate to this 
section . 

Divisiori 6 Section "Rou:s:h Carpentry " for furrms', tlockms;, and other 
cai'pentry tha.t is not exposed to vie v. 

Division 6 Section "Finsh Cai'oentrv " for interior & exterior 'Food vorK. 

Division 8 Section "Flush ¥ood Doors " for doors specified by reference to 
architecture! w'ood'vi'orK standards. 

Division c Section "Stile en'i Rail ^/ood Doers " fur doors specified by reference to 
architectural woodwork standards . 

Division 9 Section "Fainting " for back priming and finishing of exterior 
architectural '^■'ood'5''orl: . 

SUBMITTALS 

General : Submit the following m accordance vith Conditions of Contract and Division 1 
Specification Sections. 

Product data for each t-j^^'e of product and process specified m this section and 
incorporated into items of architectural TS'oodis'ork during fabrication, finishing, and 
installation. 

¥nod preservative treatment data from chemical treatment manufactui'er Include 
•^certification of chemical solution and affirming compliance -mxh indicated treatment 
st^and^ard. 



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Fir e-fetar-j3Ji''-treatment date, for material impregnated by pressure process to reduce 
combustibility. Include certification by treating plant that treated materials comply 
vith requirements. 

Shop drawings shoving location of each item., dimensioned plaiis and elevations, 
lar.se-scale det:3dls, attachment devices, ai:id other components for all exterior vood door 
frames 

Samples for verification purtioses of the folio'^/ing; 

Lumber for transparent finish in form of exterior ^,-oo4 stain, SO square inches, 
for each species, vith one half of exposed siu'face finished vith coating 
specified m Division 9 Section "Exterior Vood Stains " 

Produ:.' certificate' nene j \" "Food"^''ori: manufacturer certif^Jing that products comply 
VI th specified requirements. 

Qualiiication da.ta for firms aiid persons specified m "Quality Assurance" article to 
■demonstrate their capatiiities and experience Include list of completed projects with 
protect names, addresses, names of Architects and Ow'ners, and other iniormatian 
specified. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Manufacturer ni.iali! icatjnn: Firin experienced in successfully producing 
srchitecturei voodvork similar to that indicated for this Project, vith sufficient 
production capacity to prodiice required liniis without cait^ing delay in the ¥ori;. 

Siiigle-Soitrce Fabrication and Installation Responsibility : Engage a qualified 
Menufe.cTurer to assume undivided responsibility for Ti'C'Od'^'ciri: specified in this 
section, including fabrication and instaili3.tion. 

Installer Qualifications : Arrange for installation of arcliitectural voodvork by a firm 
that can demonstrate successful experience in installing architectural wTiod'iS'TDrl: items 
similar in t\?pe and quality to those required for this project. 

a¥I Quality Standard : Comply vith applicable requirements of "Architectural 
Tvoodvork Qusiity Stiaridards" published by the Architectural "/oodvorK Institute (A¥I), 
except as otherwise indicated 

DELIVERY. STORAGE. AND HANDLING 



Protect voodvork during; transit, delivery, storage, aiid handling to prevent damag:e, 
soilage, aiid deterioration. 



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PROilCTCOHraTIONS 

Environmental Conditions : Obtain and comply vith voodvorl: manuiactui^er'2 and 
Installer's coordinated advice for optimiam temperature and humidiiy conditions for 
Ti'ciodwjrk during its storage 

Field Measurements : ¥here voodvork is indicated to be fitted to other constri.K:tion, 
check actual dimensions of other construction by accurate field measurements before 
mejiufacturing '^'ood'^'ork; shoTi' recorded measurements on final shop dravmgs. 
Coordinate manufacturiiii schediUe vith constriK:tion progress to avoid delay of Vork. 

¥here field measurements cannot be made vithout delaying the ¥ork, 
guarantee dimensions end proceed vith manufacture of ^'oodvork vithout field 
measurements. Coordinate other constriction to ensure that actusi dimensions 
correspond to gi.iarariteed dimensions 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 



MATERIALS 



Crenersl : Provide meteriols tha.t comply 'sith requirement? of the A¥I '^'ood'^'Drking 
itaiidai'd fur each type of 's.'uudvori-; arid quality grade indicated atid, i&'here the 
ftillDTring product; nrc part of •K'ondTnnrk, yrAh rcqturrme^iit? of the referenced product 
standards, that apply to produci characteristics mdicaied; 

FAERICATIOK.. GEHERaL 

¥nod Moisture Cofiterit : Comply vith requirements of referenced qiehty standard for 
ffloistiu'e content of lumber in relation to relative hiunidity conditions exv.ng di«'in£ 
time of fabrication and m installation areas 

Fabricate voodvork to dimensions, profiles and details indicated Ease edges to radius- 
indicated lor the following: 

Edges of solid vood (lumber) members less tlian 1 inch m nominal thickness. 
1/16 inch. 

Edges of rails and similai' members 1 inch or more in nominal thickness: 1/8 
inch. 

Complete fabrication , including assembly, finishing, aiid hard'?;''8re explication, before 
shipment to project site to maximimi extent possible. Disassemble components only as 
necessary for shipment aiid installation. ¥here necessai'y for fitting at site, provide 
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FactofY-cut Qt^eninES, to miEcaauia extent i>os2ible. to receive hard^'sre. electrical 
vork.. and Jimilar items Locate openings accurately and i;se templates or roughmg-m 
di32:ram2 to produce accurately sized and shaped openings. Smooth eds:es of cutouts 
and' seal edges •^■ith a "S'-a.ter-resistant coating siKtable for e::terinr applications 

EXTERIOR DUUR FRAMES fOR TRANSPARENT FINISH 

Qu^jlitySt^ai'idard . Comply vith AVI Section 9U0A. 

Grafc . Custom. 

Limiber Species : RedOai-;. 

FASTENERS AND ANCHORS 

S<;rew's : Select material type nse ynd finish required for each use. Complwith FS FE- 
S' 11 1 for applics.Me re^uireiuentj. 

for metaJ fr.amina sut^oorts . provide sere's-" as recommended by metal framing 

iiidnule.cturer, 

Neils : Provide the following of type and size required for each use. Comply 7/iTh FS FF- 
N-i05 for applicable requirements. 

Anohurs : Select material, type, size, and finish required by each substrate for secui^e 
anchorage. Provide nonfarrouj metal or hot-dip galvsiiised anchors and inserts as 
required tor corrosion resistanoe. Provide toothed steel or lead expansion bolt devices 
for drilled-in-plece anchors. Furnish inserts and anchors, as required, to be set into 
concrete or masorirv voric for subsequent w'ood'5/»jrk aii-chorage. 



PART \ - EXECUTION 

PREPARATION 

Condition ■^^ood'^i^ork to a.^^erage prevailing hiwaaidity conditions in installation sress 
before instaiiatiori . 

Deliver concrete inserts and similar anchoring de^^nces to be built into substrates veil 
in ad^.=^3ince of time substrates are to be bmlt. 

Before installation of architectural ^lood'^'Drk, examine shop-fabricated vorlc for 
completion and complete 'Ti'ork as required, incli>ding back priming arid removal of 
packing. 



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INSTALLATION 

Quality Stall dai'd : Install exterior voodvork to comply vith requirements of AVI 
Section 1700 "Installation oi" w'oodvork (Interior)" that refer to types of '^■'oodvorlc 
specified m this section end that apply to the same grade specified m Part 2 of this 
section. 

Install TR'Tiod-^'ork plumb., level., true., and straight vith no distortions. Shim ds required 
■^th concealed shims Instell to a tolerance of 1 /8 inch in S'-O" for plumt- and le'^rel and 
Tjith no variations in flushness of adjoining surfaces. 

Sc:rit>e and cut voodvorK to fit adjoining vork. 

Anchor voodvork to anchors or blocking built in or directly attached to substrates. 
Secure to grounds., stripping and blocking "Tiath countersunk, concealed fasteners and 
blind nailing a;: required for a complete installation. Use fine finishing nails for 

exposed nailing, countersunk end filled fli^sh -ath -■•nnd--ork. 

Standing and Riuinmg Trim and Rails: Install i^ath minimum member of joints 



possible, using full-length pieces (from meiiimum length of lumber aveilable.) to the 
greatest extent possible. Stagger joints m a.disient and related members. Cope at 
returns and miter at corners. 

Refer to the Divisioii 9 secxions for biwrk priming &iio f'itisl fmiihinv of iniJt&lleJ 
architectui'dJ vood'^^'orK . 

ADPJSTMEHT AND CLEAHLNG 

V.evdiT daiflas;ed :and defective Toodv/ork vhere possible to eliminate defects 
functionally end visually, -'here net possible to repair, replace --ood-vrork . Adjust 
ioinery for uniform appeai'aiice 

Cleaii vood w'ork on exposed aiid semiexposed stii'f aces . 

PROTECTION 

Pro^'ide final protection and maintain conditions, m a mai:iner acc-eptable to 
manufacturer and instidller, tliat enswe that voodvork is vithout damage or 
deterioration at time of Substantial Completion. 



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SECTION 06401 - EXTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK 



PART 1 - GENERAL 

RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary 
Cxjfiditions and Division 1 Specification Sections, apply to this section. 

SUMMARY 

This Section includes the folloTi'ing: 

Exterior door frames. 

Related Sections : The folio-sing sections contain requirements that relate to this 
section: 

Division 6 Section "Roi^h Cart>entry " for furring, blocking, and other 
carpentry that is not exposed to viev. 

Division 6 Section Tinsh Cai't>entrv " for interior & exterior vood'^^'ork. 

Division 8 Section "Flush Wood Doors " for doors specified by reference to 
architectural voodTi'nrlc standards. 

Division 8 Section "Stile and Rail Vood Doors" for doors specified by reference to 
architectural voodvork standards. 

Division 9 Section "Painting" for back priming and finishing of exterior 
architectural voodvork. 

SUBMITTALS 

General: Submit the following in accordance lith Conditions of Contract and Division 1 
Specification Sections. 

Product data for each type of product and process specified in this section and 
incorporated into items of architectural vDodwork during fabrication, finishing, and 
installation. 

¥QQd preservative treatment data from chemical treatment manufacturer. Include 
certification of chemical solution and affirming compliance vith indicated treatmei:it 
standard. 



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Fire-retar dant-treatment data for material impregnated by pressure process to reduce 
comt?ustibility. Inclxide certification by treating plant that treated materials comply 
■^ith requirements. 

Shop drawings sho'ving location of each item, dimensioned plans and elevations, 
large-scale details, attachment devices, and other components for all exterior vood door 
frames. 

Samples for verification purposes of the foUoving. 

Lumber for transparent finish in form of exterior "wood stain, 50 square inches, 
for each species, vith one half of exposed surface finished with coating 
specified in Division 9 Section "Exterior ¥ood Stains." 

Product certificates signed by "wood^/ork manufacturer certifying that products comply 
vith specified requirements 

Qualification data for firms and persons specified in "Quality Assurance" article to 
demonstrate their capabilities and experience. Include list of completed projects vith 
project names, addresses, names of Architects and Owners, and other information 
specified. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Manufacturer Qualifications : Firm experienced in successfully producing 
ai'chitectural woodwork similar to that indicated foi' this Project, with sufficient 
pro-duction capacity to produc* required imits without causing delay in the ¥ork. 

Single-Source Fabrication and Installation Responsibility : Engage a qualified 
Manufacturer to assume undivided responsibility for woodwork specified m this 
section, including fabrication and installation. 

Installer Qualifications : Arrange fcrr installation of architectural woodwork by a firm 
that can demonstrate successful experience in installing architectural wirodwork items 
similar in type and quality to those required for this project. 

A¥I Quality Standard: Comply witli applicable requirements of "Architectural 
Woodwork Quality Standards" published by the Architectural ¥ciodwork Institute (A¥I), 
except as otlierwise indicated. 

DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLIH& 

Protect woodwork during transit, delivery, storage, and handling to prevent damage, 
soilaee, and deterioration. 



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PRQ.1ECT CONDITIOHS 

Environmental Conditions : Obtain and comply vith voodvork manufactvirers and 
Installer's coordinated advice for optimum temperature and humidity conditions for 
wood-work during its storage 

Field Measurements : ¥here voodvork is indicated to be fitted to other construction, 
check actual dimensions of other construction by accurate field me-asurements before 
manufacturing voodvork; shov recorded meastwements on final shop dravings. 
Coordinate manufacturing schedule 'Vitli construction progress to avcdd delay of ¥ork. 

¥here field measurements cannot be made vithout delaying the Vork, 
guarantee dimensions and proceed vith manufacture of voodvork vithout field 
measurements. Coordinate other construc:tion to ensure that acttjal dimensions 
correspond to guai'anteed dimensions. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
MATERIALS 

General : Pro^'ide materials that comply vith reqiurements of the A¥I voodvorking 
standard for each type of voodvork and qioality grade indicated and, vhere the 
folloTi'ing products are part of TroodTi'Drk, vith requirements of the referenced prodtxt 
standards, that apply to product characteristics indicated: 

FABRICATION, GENERAL 

¥Qod Moisture Content : Comply vith requirements of referenced quality standard for 
moisture content of lumber in relation to relative humidity conditions existing diu-ing 
time of fabrication and in installation areas. 

Fabricate voodvork to dimensions, profiles, and details indicated. Ease edges to radius 
indicated for the foUoving: 

Edges of solid vood (lumber) members less than 1 inch in nominal thickness: 
1/16 inch. 

Edges of rails and similar members 1 inch or more in nominal thickness: 1/8 
inch. 

Complete fabrication, including assembly, finishing, and hardvare application, before 
shipment to project site to maximum extent possible. Disassemble components only as 
necessary for shipment and installation. ¥here necessary for fitting at site provide 
ample allovance for scribing, trimming, and fitting. 



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Factory-cut openings, to maximum extent possible, to receive hardvare, electrical 
Trorfe, and similar items. Locate openings accurately and use templates or ro;^hing-in 
diagrams to produce accurately sized and shaped openings. Smooth edges of cutouts 
and seal edges vith a vater-resistant coating suitable for exterior applications. 

EXTERIOR DOOR FRAMES FOR TRANSPARENT FINISH 

Quality Standard . Comply vith A¥I Section 900A. 

Orade : Custom. 

Lumber Species : RedOals. 

FASTENERS AND ANCHORS 

Screvs : Select material, tyf>e, size, and finish required for each vise. Comply "^ilth FS FF- 
S-1 1 1 for applicable requirements. 

For metal framing supports, provide screvs as recommended by metal framing 
manufacturer. 

Nails : Provide the foUoving of tyi>e and size required for each use. Comply vith FS FF- 
N-10!i for applicable requirements. 

Anchors : Select material, type, size, and finish required by each substrate for secure 
anchorage. Provide nonferrotjs metal or hot-dip galvanized anchors and inserts as 
required for corrosion resistance. Provide toothed steel or lead expansion bolt <te vices 
for drilled-in-place anchors. Finnish inserts and anchors, as required, to be set into 
concrete or masonry vork for subseqijent ■voodvork anchorage. 



PART % - EXECUTION 
PREPARATION 

Condition vood^^rk to average prevailing humidity conditions in installation areas 
before installation. 

Deli^'^r concrete inserts and similar anchoring devices to be built into substrates ^nell 
in advance of time substrates are to be built. 

Before installation of architectural wood'sxirk, examine shop-fabricated -sxirk for 
completion and complete vork as required, including back priming and removal of 
packing. 



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Quality Standard : Install exterior vood'^rork to comply vith reqmrements of AVI 
Section 1700 "Installation of Vood'S'Tirk (Interior)" that refer to t^pes of voodvork 
specified in this section and that apply to the same grade specified in Part 2 of this 
section. 

Install vDQdvork plumt>. level, true, and straight vith no distortions. Shim as reqtired 
with concealed shims Install to a tolerance of 1 /8 inch in 8-0" for plumb and level and 
wiih no variations in flushness of adjoining surfaces. 

Scribe and cut VDOdvork to fit adjoining vork. 

Anchor voodvork to anchors or blocking built in or directly attached to substrates. 
Secure to grounds, stripping and blocking vith countersunk, concealed fasteners and 
blind nailing as required for a complete installatioti. Use fine finishing nails for 
exposed nailing, countersunk and filled flush -rith -wood^nork. 

Standing and Running Trim and Rails : Install -with minimum number of joints 
possible, using full-length pieces (from maximvim length of lumber available) to the 
greatest extent possible. Stagger joints in adjacent and related members Cope at 
returns and miter at corners. 

Refer to the Division 9 sections for back priming and final finishing of installed 
architectiu'al voodvork. 

AD lUSTMENT AND CLEANING 

Ret-air damaged and defective 'wiood'^'ork vhere possible to eliminate defects 
functionally and visually: vhere not possible to repair, replace "vood^'-ork. Adjust 
joinery for uniform appearance. 

Clean voodwork on exposed and semiexposed surfaces. 

PROTECTION 

Provide final protection and maintain conditions, in a manner acceptable to 
manufacturer and installer, that ensure that voodvork is -S'ithout damage or 
deterioration at time of Substantial Completion. 



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SECTION 07200 - INSULATION 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dr&T\'irigs 8ri4 general pro^n^iorit^ of Contract., including Crenerel end Siapplementsry 
Conditions and Division- 1 Sj>ecilication sections, apply to vork of this section. 

DESCRIPTION or ¥ORK 

Extent of insulatioi. vork is ;hovn on dra^'ings atid indicated by provision: of this 
section . 

Applicgitiofis of insularion specified m this section mchide the folio wlnj: 

IiiSuiatioii of Hoors atove unheated spaces. 
Ceiling i;.b.ttic;' iiisi+lation. 
¥ all insulation. 
Pipe soffit insulation . 
BlanKet-type building: insulation. 

Sound attenuation blsnlretr installed as pai't of metai-fraDied gypsuci dryvali 
essemblies are Lpecified in Divijion-y ?ect!on "iTypsuia Dr'T'eil". 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Thermgl Re"isti'">" : ¥here thermal resisti'ht" properties cf insulation materials are 
designated by r-vsliies they represent the rate of heat llo w' through a ho&ogenov^s 
material tAactly 1" thick., messured by test method included in referenced material 
stsnderd or otherwise indicated. They are expressed by the temperature difference m 
degrees Y betT/een the tvo exposed faces reqiaired to cause one BTU to flov through one 
square foot per hour at mean temperatures indicated. 

Fire Performarice Characteristics: Provide insulation materials vhich ere identical to 
those vhose fire performance characteristics, as listed for each material or assembly of 
vhich insulation is a pai't, have been determined by testing:.. f>er methods indicated 
belov, by UL or other testing and inspecting agency acceptable to authorities ha^^ng 
jvwisdiction. 

Sm-fa/^e BuiTiing Characteristics : ASTM E 84. 

Fire Resistance Re.tings : ASTM El 19 

Combustion Characteristics: ASTM E 136. 



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SUBMITTALS 



Product Data . Submit manuiactiu-er'^ product literatiwe and installation instructions for 
each type of insulation end vapor retarder laatenai required. 

Certified Test Reports : Vith produc:t data., submit copies of certified test repcirts shoving 
compliaiice w'ith specified performance values, including r-'v'alues (aged values for 
plastic insulations), densities compression strengths, fire perfurmance chai'acteristics, 
perm ratings, '?;'ater absorption ratings and similai' properties. 

DELIVERY. STQRA&E. AND HANI'LIHCt 

General Protection : Protect insulations from physical daiaa£;e and from becoming j.'e*, 
soiled, or co-.^red with ice or sno-vi'-. Comply Tiath manijfacti.u-er's recommendations for 
handliriK, storage and protection dui'ing installation. 



PART 2 - PRODUCT: 



ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURER: 



MatiUlacturers Subiect to comt^lisrice viih reauirement? manufacturert- 



orrering products wiiicn may be incorporated in the vorl; include,, but ai'e not limited 
to, the lolloving: 

Manufacturers of Glass Fiber hisulation : 

Certaiiileed Corp. 
Knauf Fiber Glass GbmH . 
Han villa Corp, 
Ow'ens-Corning Fiberglas Corp. 

IHSULATIKG MATERIALS 

General : Pro^hde instHating materials vhich comply -^ith reqtiirements indicated for 
materials, compli^ance vith referenced standards, and other chai'acteristics. 

Preformed Units : Sises to fit applications indicated, selected from 
manufacturer's standard thicknesses, vidths end lengths. 

Unfac^ed Flexible Gla^s Fiber Board Insulation : Thermal insulation prodi.j<?ed by 
combining glass fibers -^ath thermosetting resin binders to comply vith ASTM C jj'3. 
Class B-4.: T^ath nominal density of 1 .5 lbs. per cu. ft. and r-^'^ue of 4.13 at 7S deg.F (23.9 

deg.C) and maximum flame spread atid smoke developed values of 25 and jO. 
respectiyely.: passing ASTM E 136 for testing and combustion characteristics. 



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Foil-Faced FleAible Glsj; Fiber Eosrd Insulation : Thermal insulation produced by 
CDHibining il?rr fiber; 'iTh thermose'^Ting resin binders to comply w"ith ASTM C 553, 
Class B-4.; viui nominal density of i.j lbs. per cu. ft. aiid r- value of 4.13 ai 75 deg.E (23.9 
<teg. C); passing ASTM E 136 for testing of combustion characteristics of unfaced board; 
foil-scrim-kraft vapor-retai'der facing on one side vith maximum flame spread and 
smol'e de'^loped 'rallies of 25 and 50.. respecti'.'^ly. 

Semi-Refractory Fiber Board Safine Insula.tion: Semi-rigid boards designed for use as a 
fire stop at openings tet veen edge of slab and exterior vail panels, prodw^ed by 
combining semi-refractory mineral fiber manufactured from slag 'Ti'ith thermosetting 
resin binders to comply 'S'ith ASTM C 612,. Class 1 and 2.-. nominal density of 4.0 lbs. per 
cu. ft.; passing ASTM E 136 for combustion characteristics; r- value of 4.0 at 75 deg.F (23.9 
deg.C). 

Unfaced Mineral Fiber Blanket /Batt Insulation : Thermal insulation prodivjed by 
combining mineral fibers of type described belo w' vith thermosettinv resins to comply 
vith ASTM C 665 for Type I (blankets "^/ithout membrane facing); and as follovi 

Mineral Fiber Tyi::-e : Fibers mejtiufactured from glass. 

Surface Burning Characteristics' Ms.'iimum flame spre:?.d and smoke de'reioped 
values of 25 and 50.. respectively 

Thicknesses and R-values as indica.ted on the dra.^'ings. 

FM;:;ed Mineral Fiber Blanket /Ba.t^ Insulation : Thermal insulation produced by 
combining, mineral fibers of type described belo'^?:' ^eith thermosetting resins to comply 
'^.''ith ASTM C 665 for Type III.. Class A (blankets vith reflecti'\'e vapor-retarder 
membrane facing with flame spres.d of 25 or less); f'oil-scrim-kraii vapor-retai'der 
membrane on one face, respectively: and as follo?,'^: 

I^tmeral Fiber Type : Fibers manufactured from glass. 

Surface Burning Characteristics : Ma::imum flame spread and smoke de'^^loped 
values of 25 and 50, respectively 

Thicknesses and R-vaf ues as indica.ted on the drawings. 

AUXILIARY INSULATING MATERIALS 

Adhesi^^ for Bonding Insulation : Type recommended by insulation manufacturer, and 
complying vith requirements for fire performance characteristics. 

Mechanical Anchors : Type and sise indicated or, if not indicated, as recommended by 
insulation manufacturer for type of application arid condition of substrate 



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I^jastic Sealer Type recommended by insiuation msriufacturer for bonding edge joints 
bet-'-een unit? and filling '•roi'i'- in ■^••ork. 

Ea-^^ Ventilation Troughs: Preformed rigid fiberboard or p4astic sheet designed and 
sized to fit betveen roof framing members arid to provide cross ventilation betveen 
insulated attic spaces and vented eaves. 



PART \ - EXECUTION 
mSPECTICiH AHD PREPARATION 

Require IriSteller to examine substrates and conditions imder vhich insulation vork is 
to be performed. A satisfactory substrate is one that complies vith requirements of the 
section m 'S'tnch substrate and related '^■'ork is specified. Obtain Instaiier's vritten 
report listing conditions detrimental to performarice of '^I'ork m this section. Do not 
proceed vith installation of insulation ui'itil unsatisfactory conditions have been 



nie> 



reiLC'/ai of proiections 'S'hich might puncture vapor retai'ders. 

INSTALLATION. G-EHES-JlL 

Comply vith msriufacturer 's mstriKtions for particular conditions of instsllation in 
each case. If printed instructions are not available or do not apply to project 
oDiidition?. consul* msnufacturer's technical representative for specific 

recoLuiaendations before proceeding vith w'ork. 

Extend insulation full thickness as shoi^'n over entire area to be insulated. Cut and fit 
tightly around obstructions, end fill ^loids vith insulation. Remo\'e projections ■^'hich 
interfere vith placement. 

Apply a single layer of mstilation of required thickness, unless otherwise shoT/n or 
reqiured to mal:e up total thickness. 

INSTALLATION OF GENERAL BUILI'ING INSULATION 

Apply insulation units to substrate by method indicated, complying vith 
mefiufacturer's recommendations. If no specific method is indicated, bond units to 
substrate vith adhesive or use mechsiiical anchorage to provide permanent placement 
end support of units. 

Seal joints bet^/ngen closed-cell (non-breathing) insulation units by appl^ring mastic or 

sealant to edges of each unit to form a ti.ght seal as units are shoved into plejce. Fill 
voids m completed mstellation vith mertic or seelent. 



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Set vapor r etarder faced imitg vith vapor retai'der to varm side of construction, except 
as other-dse indicated Dc not obstruct '^'^ntilo.tinn spaces, except for firestoppmg 

Tape 1 Pints and ruptures m 'rapor retarder, and seal each contimxius area of 
irisulation to surrounding constnxtion to ensure air-tight installation 

Set reflective foil-faced units accurately vith air space m front of foil as shovn. 
Provide not less than O.iy air sp&:e vhere possible. 

Stuff loose glass fit^er insulation into miscellaneous voids arid cavity spaces vhere 
shoT.ii. Compact to approximately 40% of normal meximiom volume (to a density of 
ap-proximately 2.J lbs. per cu. ft.) 

PROTECT ION 



General : Protect installed insulation and vapor retarders from harmful veather 
exposures and from possible physical abuses., vhere possible by nondela.yed installation 
of concealmy vork or, vhere that is not possit>le by temoorarv covering or enclosure . 



END OF SECTION 



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SECTION 07.S1 1 - ASPHALT SHINGLES 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DQCUMENTS 

DraTidngs end general provision? of Contract., including General arid Si^'plementary 
Conditions and Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to w'ork of this section. 

DESCRIPTION or VuRK 

Extent of shingles is indicated on dravmgs and is hereby defined to include units 
employed ar veather protection for vails es veil as for steep roofs. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

UL Listing: : Providt labeled materiais wliich have been tested and listed by UL for Class 
and Rating indicated for ea.ch shmgie type required, 

SUBMITTALS 



Product Pete : Submit technical product data inrtallation m-truction- and 
feoommendations froia shingl* mAiiUfacturer, inclv;ijing data th-at materials oomfily 
vith requirements 

Saiuples : Submit full range of samples for color arid texture selection. After selection, 
submit 2 full-sise shingles for \'erificstion of each color /style /texture selected 

Maintenance Stock : 2% of each type /color /texture shingle used iri the vork. 

DELIVERY.. STORAGE AND HAHDLIHG 

Deliver materials in maiiufactiu-er's unopened., labeled bimdles.. rolls or containers. 

Store materials to avcud vater damage., and store rolled goods on end. Comply •^ith 
marutf&cturer's recommendations for job-site storage and protection. 

.TOB CONDITIONS 

Substrate : Proceed "^dth shingle i^'ork only after substrate construction and 
penetrating 's'ork have been completed. 

leather Conditions : Proceed with shingle ^'-ork only vhen Ti'-eather conditions ai'e in 
■jompliarice vith manufactwer's recommendations and vhen substrate is completelv 
dry. 

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SPEC IFIEI' PRODUCT ¥ARRANT ' 



Provide shingle manuiactui-er's ^j-cirranty on installed w'ork. agreeing to pay for repair 
or replacemeni of defective shingles as necessary to eliminate leal:s. Period of 

^.■■arroiity ir 20 '>^3rs from date of substantial completion 



PART 2 - product: 



ASPHALT SHIKGLEMATERIALf 



Square Tat- STfit> Shingles.. UL Class "A".. Standard ¥eighT : MineraJ-siirfased.. self- 
sesling 3- tat- -asphal* fiberglass strip shingles complying vith ASTM D ;i018, bearing 

TJL Class "A" eAtemal firs exposure label and UL "¥ind Resistant" label. Color ^as 
seiec+ed by Architect 

A veilat-le Frodu-:: ts : Subject to compliance ^'ith requirements, products vhich 
may be incorporated in the '^■'nrl-; include, but are not limited to, the follo'S'ing: 

Iirescreen Bird k Son/Genstai' Building Materials Co. 

Eiberglass Asph5lt/2n.; The Celotex Corp. 

Giassgusrd; Certsmteed Corp 

Brigade Fl!r:+kote.''C'ens*?r Building Mr^erids Co. 

Sentinal: bAF Corporation. 

Tough-Cless.: Grorgie.-Ps.cifi': 

Fire-glass III; Mianville Building Materials Corp. 

Classic Pius.; Ovens-Corning Fiberglos Corp 

Asphalt-Satui'a.ted Rooting Felt . No Ij... uiiperf orated organic felt., complying '^'ith 
ASTM D 226 Type I. 36" vide approximate weight 18 Ibs./squai'e 

Smooth Surface Roll Roofing - Smooth 3urfa.ce asphalt roll rooting, 36" vide, cuniplying 
vith ASTM D 22^ Type II. 

Mineral-Surfaced Roll Roofing : Mineral-surfaced No. 90 asphalt roll roofing, 
complying vith ASTM D 249 end surfaced on veather side vith mineral granules to 
match roofing shingles, vith 2" selvage edge, and bearing UL Class "C" label. 

Asi:>h8lt Plastic Cement : Fibrated ^Eisphslt cement complying vith ASTM D 2822, designed 
for troT.'el application , 

Hit? and Ridge Shingles : Manufacturer's standard factory pre-cut units to match 
shingles. 



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Hails : Ali^HLiiniaii Or hot-dif' goiYaiiised 11 or i2-giage sharp-p'Omted, conyent.ional 
roofing nail? yrith barbed shank"., minimiaia "j/u" diameter head., and of s:irfficient 
length to penetrate riZ-i" mto solid decking or to penetrate through plyvood sheathing. 

Metal Drip Edge : MinimtJia .024" mill finish aiurairnam sheet, braiie-formed to provi<te 

3" roof deck flaiige.. arid 1-1/2" fascia flange w'iih 3/S" drip at lover edge. Furnish in £' 
or lO'lensrths. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 



INSPECTION 



Exexame gubgtrate eivi condition? under vhich shingling: '^'C'rk is to be performed &n'i 
must notify Contractor in writing of unsatisfactory conditions Do not proceed vith 
shmghn?' vork until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected. 

PREPARATION Or SUBSTRaTE 

Clean sut>strate of any protections aiid substMices detriiLientai to shingliny ¥0f k. Cover 
knotholes or other lainor voids m substrate vith slieet metal flashing secured vith 
roofing nails 

coordinate msTaiiation or shingles w'ltn nasning and other adjoining vcrl: to ensure 
proper sequencing. Do not install shingle roofing until ell vent stacks and other 
penetrations through roofing have been installed and are securely fastened against 
mo^^rement. 

IHSTALLATIQH 

General : Comply w'ith instructions and recommendations of shingle manufacturer., 
except to extent more stringent requirements ai'e indicated. 

Underlayment : Apply one la\'^r felt horizontally o^ner entire sui'face, lapping 
succeeding courses 2" minimum and fastening '^ith sufficient nails to hold in place 
until shingle application . 

Ice Protection Underlayment : In addition to felt underlayment, install continuous stnp 
of ice protection underla'.Tjient of No. 90 asphalt roll roofing along ea\'es to a point 12" 
minimum beyond ^'all line. Set in continui^us bed of asphalt plastic cement and seciu'e 
vith roofing nails at 6" centers along all edges. Pro\T[de 2" laps vhere reqiured, set in 
roofing cement. If heed laps are required, install so heed lap occiu's 12" before "^-all 
line. 



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Shingles : Install stai'ter strip of roll roofing, fasten shingles in pattern, veather 
exrnir-.ire snd number of fasteners per shingle as recoramended ty manufactTjrer. Use 
horizon tai and vertical chalk lines to ensiire straight coursing. 

Comply vith installation details and recommendations of shingle manufactiu'er aiid 
NRCA Steep Roofing Manuel 

Flashing and Edge Protection : Install metal flashing, vent flashing and edge protection 
8S indicated and in complisnce with details and recommendations of the NRCA Steep 
Roofins: Manual aiid m 8.ccord;ance vith the provisions of Flashing and Sheet Metal 
section of Division Seven. 

EXTRA STOCK 



Provide mmifflum of 2% of installed quantity of ea^h type /color /texture shmgie iised 
in the ?/ork. Provide m imopened clearly labeled biitidles or containers. 



END OF SECTION 07-;! 1 



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SECTION 07^^0 - FLEXIBLE SHEET ROOFING SYSTEM 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
PiELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dra'?!irigs erid general pro^'isions of Contract., incltiding CTpnere"! and Suppleiaentery 
Conditions and Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to vork of this section. 

SUMMARY 

Extent, of flexible sheet roofing (FSP:) is indicated on dra^^idngs and is hereby defined to 
include non-trsiTic-beering sheet raembrsne system intended for veather exposure as 
primary roofing 

Types of' roofing systems specified in this section utilizing flexiMe shee* roofing 
Hieiubrsries include the following: 

Totally adhered systems. 
Flexible sheet rooflns" membraiies include the following; 

Ethylene propylene diene monomer CEPDM) 

Vapof fetai'der beloi'' insulation is specified m this section. 

Similar membraiies coticeaied by a vearms; surface sre- excluded by definition arid., if 
required., are specified elsewhere in Division 7 as '^'ater proofing. 

SUBMITTALS 

Product Data : Submit specifications.- installation instructions and general 
recommendations from manufacturers of flexible sheet roofing system materials., for 
types of roofing required, hiclude data substantiating that materials comjly "^■ith 
requirements. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Memufacturer: Obtain primary flexible sheet roofing from a single manr/acturer 
Provide secondary materisls 85 reconimended by manufacturer of primary materials. 

Installer : A firm vith not less than 3 yeai's of si.Kcessl\il experience in installation of 
roofing systems similar to those reqmred for this project and vhich is acceptable to or 
licensed by maiiulecturer of primery roofing materiel? 



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■v/ork associated vith flexible sheet roofing, including (but not limited to) vapor 
reterders.. insulation, 11 ashing ai'id counterfl ashing,, expansion joints,, and 
flexible sheet iomt sealers, is to be performed by Installer of flexible sheet 
roofing. 

UL Listing : Provide labeled materials vhich have been tested and listed by UL in 
"building Materials Directory" for application indicated,, vith "Class A" rated 
iDa,tenals/s'~tem for roof slopes sho"^-!!: 

Fire Performance Characteristics : Pro'ade insulation materials Ti'hich are identical to 
those w'hose fire performance characteristics, as listed for each material or assembly of 
vhich insulation is a part, have been determined by testing, per methods indicated 
belov by UL or other testing and inspecting agency acceptable to authorities having 
jurisdiction: 

Surface Burning Characteristics ASTMEo4. 

Fire Resist8i:Lce Ratmss . ASTM 1119, 

Combustion Chsracterisiics AZTK E 1 jc. 

PF:OIECT LUND IT IONS 

'¥eather: Pro'::eed '^'ith roofing vork vhen existing and icirecasteC vea.ther •.'onditions 
permit vorl; to be performed m accordance v^'ith manufacturers" recommendations aiid 
"barren*" re-quirements 

SPECIAL PROTECT Tm'^ARRANTY 



Pro^^de '?;Titten ■^I'^rranty, signed by Manufacturer of primary roofing materials and 
his authorised Installei', ag:reeing to replace /repair defective materials and 
^workmanship as required to maintain roofing s'j'^tem m watertight condition. 

¥aiTantv period is 10 veers after date of substantial completion. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

GENERAL 

Performance : Pro-ride roofing materials recognized to be of generic fj'pe indicated and 
tested to shov compliance vith indicated performances, or provide other similar 
materials certified in vriting cy manufacturer to be eqi^al or better than specified in 
every significant respect, and acceptable to Architect. 



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Cofflt>3.tit'ility Provide products w'hich are reoonimended by mariufacturers to be fully 
compatible w"ith indicated sub"trater., or pro'ride reparation materials 3S required to 
eliminate contact between incompatible materials. 

EPDM ESk M£MEP:AHE 

Ethylene propylene diHne monomers formed into uniform, flexible sheet?., complying- 
vithANSI/RMA IFP.-I 

Thiclcness : 60 mils, nominal 

Exposed Face Color : Matiufacturer's standard 

Eully Adhered EPDM Membratie 

Aveilable Manufacturers : Subject to complian'je vith requirements. 
maiiufscturer? offering: products wliich may be incorporated in the vork 
include, but ere not limited to, the follo7;''in.i:: 

Amen c a; i H yd r o t ech 
Barra Corp. of America 
Ceriisle Syntec Systems 
Celote}: Corp. 
ERA Corj-, 

firestone Euliding' Products Co. 
Kelly Energy Systems. Inc 
MaiiYilie Biuldmg Materials Corp. 
Syener?'' Methods Inc: 



PART % - EaECUTION 
PREPARATION OF SUBSTRATE 

General : Comply "sith manufacturer's instructions for preparation ol substrate to 
receive ESR system. 

Cleaii STibstrate of dust, debris, aiid other substaiices detrimental to FSR system '^•'ork. 
Remove sharp projections. 

Install cant strips, fl^ashings, and accessory items as sho^Ti, arid as recommended by 
menufacturer even though not shovn 

Pre'Tent compounds from entering and clogging drains eivi conductors end from 
spilling or migrating onto surfaces of other "^•'ork. 



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SECTION 07S^Q - FLEXIBLE SHEET ROOFING SYSTEM 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drawings ond general provisions of Contract, including Gtmeral and Sv^plementary 
Conditions and Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to vork of this section. 

SUMMARY 

Extent of flexible sheet roofing (FSR) is indicated on dravings and is hereby defined to 
include non-traffic-bearing sheet membrane system intended for veather exposure as 
primary rciofing. 

Types of roofing systems specified in this section utilizing flexible sheet roofing 
membranes include the foUo'^rtng: 

Totally adhered systems 
Flexible sheet roofing membranes include the follovine: 

Ethylene propylene diene monomer CEPDM) 
Vapor retarder belov insulation is specified in this section. 

Similar membranes concealed by a Tv^Tearing surface ere excluded by <Jefinition and, if 
required, are specified elsevhere in Division 7 as waterproofing. 

SUBMIHALS 

Product Data : Submit specifications, installation instructions and general 
recommendations from manufacturers of flexible sheet roofing system materials, for 
types of roofing required. Include data substantiating that materials comply "»itli 
requirements. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Manufacturer : Obtain primary flexible she-et roofing from a single manufacturer. 
Provide secondary materials as recommended by manufacturer of primary materials 

Installer: A firm -with not less than 3 years of successful experience in installation of 
roofing systems similar to those required for this project and vhich is acceptable to or 
licensed by manufacturer of primary roofing materials. 



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¥ork associated vith flexible sheet roofing. inclt*jing (but not limited to) va^or 
retarders.. insulation, flashing and counterflashing, expansion joints, and 
flexible sheet joint sealers, is to be performed by Installer of flexible sheet 
roofing. 

UL Listing : Provide labeled materials vhich have been tested and listed by UL in 
"biiilding Materials Directory" for application indicated, "with Tlass A" rated 
materials /system for roof slopes shown: 

Fire Performance Characteristics: Provide insulation materials which are identical to 
those vhose fire performance characteristics, as listed for each material or assembly of 
which insulation is a part, have been determined by testing, per methods indicated 
below, by UL or other testing and inspecting agency acceptable to authorities having 
jurisdiction: 

Surface Burning Characteristics : ASTME84. 

rire Resist^jiice Ratings : ASTM E 1 19. 

Combustion Characteristics : ASTM E 13t'. 

PRO lECT CONDITIONS 

Weather : Proceed with roofing wijrk when existing and forecasted weattier conditions 
permit worK to be performed in accordaiice ^ith manufacturers' recommenda.tions and 
warranty requirements. 

SPECIAL PRQIICT WARRANTY 

Pro>'ide written warranty, signed by Manufacturer of primary roofing materials and 
his authorised Installer, agreeing to replace/repair defective materials and 
workmanship as required to maintain roofing system in watertight condition. 

Warranty period is 10 years after date of substantial completion. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

GENERAL 

Performance : Provide roofing materials recognized to be of generic type indicated and 
tested to show compliance with indicated performances, or provide other similar 
materials certified in writing by manufacturer to be equal or better than specified in 
every significant respect, and acceptable to Architect. 



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Compatibility: Provide products vhich are recooimended t>y manufacturers to be Mly 
compatible vith indicated substrates, or provide separation materials as required to 
eliminate contact between incompatible materials. 

EPDM ESR MEMBRAHE 

Ethylene propylene diene monomers formed into uniform, flexible sheets, complying 
-^rtthANSI/RMAIPE-l; 

Thickness : 60 mils, nominal. 

Extx>sed Face Color : Manufacturer's standard 

Fully Adhered EPDM Membrane: 

Available Menufacturers : Subject to compliance vith reqi^rements, 
manufacturers offering prodix:ts vhich may be incorporated in the ^nrk 
include, but are not limited to, the follo'^ng: 

Americari Hydrotech 
Bsrra Corp. of America 
Carlisle Syntec Systems 
Celotei: Corp. 
ERA Corp. 

Firestone Building Products Co. 
Kelly Energy S'v'stems, Inc. 
Manville Building Materials Corp. 
Syei:iergy Methods, Inc. 



PART ^S - EXECUTION 
PREPARATION OF SUBSTRATE 

General : Comply vith manufacturer's instructions for preparation of substrate to 
receive FSR system. 

Clean substrate of dust, debris, and other substances detrimental to FSR system vork. 
Remove sharp projections. 

Install cant strips, flashings, and accessory items as shovn, and as recommended by 
manufacturer even though not shovn. 

Prevent compoui:Lds from entering and clogging drains and conductors, and from 
spilling or migrating onto sui'faces of other "^■•ork 



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INST ALL AT lOH 

General : Comply vith manufacturer's instructions, except vhere more stringent 
requirements are indic-ated. 

MEMBRANE IHSTALLATIQN 

General: Start installation only in presence of manufacturer's technical 
representative. 

Adhesive- Adhered FSR : Install membrane by unrolling over prepared substrate, 
lapping adjoining sheets as recommended by manufactui'er. Apply adhesive to 
surfaces to be bonded and roll FSR into place vhen adhesive has properly cured. Treat 
seams vith special cement and apply sealant to exposed sheet edges, tapering 
application as recommended by manufacturer. Install mechanical fasteners, flashings 
and counterflashings, and accessories at locations and as recommended by 
manitfacturer. 



END OF SECTION 07530 



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SECTION 07600 - FLASHING AND SHEET METAL 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DQCUMENTS 

I>r6.'5inss 8nd general provision? of Contract, including Qenerel end Sijf>plementery 
Conditions and DiYision-l Sfeciflcation sections, apply to ^s^rL of this section^ 

DESCRIPTION OF ¥CiRK 

Extent of each type of iia::hing atid ^heei meial ^'ork i? indicated on dravmgi atid by 
provisions of this section. 

Types of vor K specified in this section include the foUo'^^'ing: 

Metal counter flashing.: and base flashing: uf any}. 

Met:fu well flashing ai^d expansion joints. 

Gutters., scuppers end do'vi'iispouts (rain drain^e). 

3omt vents. 

Lxposec Lietai triiu/iascia units. 

Ivliscelianeous sheet laetal a.ccessories. 

Elastic flashing. 

Elastic roof /'vi^'all expansion joint systeins. 

Laiuinated isnd composition flashing. 

Integral mas^onry flashings are specified as masonry wxirk in sections of Division-4. 

Roofing accessories vhich ai"e installed integral vith roofing membrane are specified 
in roofing s'j'stem sections as roofing '^'vrk. 

Ropf accessor" imits of premanul'actured, set-on frpe are specified in Dmnon-? 
section "E^oof Accessories". 



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SUBMITTAL? 



Ftodit'Ct Data; Flashing;, Sheet Metal.. Accessories : Submit maiiufacttai'er's prodtict data, 
installaTion instructions and general recomiaendations for each specified sheet 
material and fabricated prodi.^;t. 

.TOBCOHDITIQNS 

Coordinate ^^jrk of this section vith interfacing end adjoining vork for proper 
sequencing of each installation. Ensure best possible veather resistance and disability 
of the '7;'ork and protection of materials and finishes. 



FART : - FRi 



FLASHING AND SHEET METaL MATERIALS 



Sheet Metal Ila; 



U .. .'T. 



Copper : ASTM B 370.: temper HM (cold rolled"! except -^.'here temper 06.e is required for 
frirmine-; 16 02, (0.0216 inch thick''' except es other ^'ise indicated 

Provide lead coetine' of 0.06 Ibr per sq ft. on exposed copper surfaces. 

Ali;ii::nuia : ASTM B 209, elloy 300';., temper HH,. bai:ed enamel finish.: 0.032 inch thick 
i ^U Q3.\i$8 } exceot 8j> other'w'ise indica.Ted. 

Extruded Aluminum : Manufacturer's standard extrusions of sises end profiles indicated, 
6)Jt3-Tj2, bai:ed enamel finish: 0.08" minimum thickness for primary legs of extrusions. 

Elastic Sheet Flashing; /'Membrane: Manufacturer's staxidard flexible, elastic, black, 
nonreinforced, flashing; sheet of 50 - 65 mils thickness.: 50 - 70 Shore A hardness (ASTM 
D 2240): 1200 psi tensile strength (ASTM D 412); 120 lbs. per lin. in. tear resistance 
(ASTM D 624, Die C); ultimate efongation of 250% (ASTM D 412); brittleness temperature 
of -30 degrees F (- 35 degrees C) (ASTM D 746); resistance to ozone ag;ing of no cracks for 
10% elongated sample for 100 hours in 50 pphm (50.5 mPa) ozone at 104 degrees F (70 
degrees C) (ASTM D 1 149); resistance to heat a^'ing of majcimum hardness increase of 15 
points, elongation reduction of 40%., and tensile strength reduction of 30%, for 70 hours 
at 212 degrees F (100 degrees C) (ASTM D 573). 

Provide EPDM syiithetic rubber sheet. 

Miscellaiieous Materials and Accessories : 

Solvder : For use vith steel or copper, provide 50 - 50 tin /lead solder (ASTM E 32) vith 
rosin flux. 



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Solder : For iise- 'Ti'ith jtemle^s steel., provide 60 - 40 tin/lead solder (ASTM B 32), '^i'ith 
acid-chloride type flu:':, except use rosin flu>: over tinned 2uriace2. 

Fastener;: Saiae metal as flashing/iheet metal or, other noncorrosive metal as. 
recommended t>y sheet menufacTurer. Match finish of exposed heads vitl'i material 
being fastened. 

Bitumino\^ Coating : FS TT-C-494 or SSPC - Paint 12, solvent type bituminous mastic, 
nominally free of sulfur, compoimded for Ij-mll dry film thlcKness per coat. 

Mastic Sealajit : Polyisobutylene, nonhardening, nonsKmning, nondrymg, 
nonmis're.tins; ^eel^n'*. 

Elastomeric Seaisjit : Generic t'S'j^e recommended by monufacttArer of metal end 
fabricator oi components bems sealed: complv with FS TT-S-0U227. TT-S-00230. or TT-S- 
00i;.^3. 

Spox" Seaia Seoier . 2-p3rt noncorrosr.'?- metei seaia cementing compound, 
recommended by metal manufacturer for e'/terior /interior non-moving ioints 
including riveted joints. 

Adhesive; : Type recommended by flashing sheet manufacturer for 

Tf's.terprc'Of/'^-'ee.ther-resijteiit sesiuing sii^j «<jht>?ive &j-pli<::&tic'ri of tl^i'hine' ^hee*. 

Fat>erSiit> Sheet - S-U. rofin-sised building paper. 

Poh^ethylene Underlayment: 6-mil carbonated polyethylene film.: FS L-P-512 

Reglets : Metal or plasti;: units of the type and profile indicated, compatible vith 
flashing indicated, noncorrosive 

Metal Accessories : Provide sheet metal clips, straps, anciioring devices arid similai" 
accessory units as required for installation of vorl;, matching or compatible vith 
material being installed, noncorrosive, size and gage required for f>erformance. 

Cast- Iron Drainage Boots : Grey iron castings of size and pattern indicated, ASTM A 48, 
bituminous shop coated. 

Gutter and Conductor-Head Guai^ds : 20-gag'e bronze or nonmagnetic stainless steel mesh 
or fabricated units, vith seh^aged edges eaid noncorrosi^'e fasteners. Select materials 
for compatibility vith gutters and do-s-Tispouts. 

Elastic Flashing Filler: Closed-cell polyethylene or other soft closed-cell material 
recommended by elajjtic l^35hing manufacturer as filler under Hashing loops to ensiire 
movement -Sfith minimum stress on flashing; sheet. 



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Roofing: Cement : ASTM D 2S22. e^phsJtic. 

Soffit Vents : 20 gauge aluminum, baked enamel finish (color as selected by the 
Architect), si2e isnd profile as shovn on the dravings. 

rAERICATED UNITS 

General Metal Fabrication Shop-fabricate ^•'orK to greatest extent possible. Comply 
^n\h detdil? ^hc^^'n, ejid vith epplice'.ble requirements of SMACNA "Archiiecti.«'6l Sheet 
Metal Manual" and other recognized industry practices. Fabricate for vaterproof and 
?.'ea.ther-resi?ti?rit performence; T\dth expansion provisions for running ^-Tirk, 
sufficient to permanently prevent lealcage. damage or deterioration of the '^'ork. Form 
7/ork to fi+ substrates. Comply ?.ath material manufacturer instructions end 
recommendations for forming material. Form exposed sheet metal vork 'S'ithout 
excessive oil-cenning, buckling end tool marks, true to line end le'\'els indicated, vith 
exposed edges folded back to form hems. 

Seams : Fabric&'e norimoving seams in sheet metal 7,ath flat-lock seams. For metal 
other than aluminum, tin edges to be seamed, form se^xus, and solder. Form eliuninum 
seaxas T/ith ep0j:y seam sealer; ri\'et joints for additional strength w'here required. 

Expansion Provisions , w'here lapped or ba^nonet-type expansion provisions in vork 
cannot be used, or v/ould iioi be sufficiently vater/ weatherproof, form expansion joints 
of intermeshmg hooked flanges, not less than 1" deep, filled vith mastic sealant 
(concealed vithin joints). 

Sealant Joints : Vliere movable, non-expansion type joints ai'e indicated or required for 
proper performeiice of voi'k, form metel to provide for proper installation of 

elastomeric sealant, in complisnce witii SMACHA stgjidaj'ds. 

Sepai^ations : Provide for separation of metal from noncompatible metal or corrosive 
substrates by coating concealed surfaces at locations of contact, Ti'ith bituminous 
coating or other permajient separation as recommeiided by man ufactiwer /fabricator. 

Aluminum Extrusion Units : Fabricate extruded aluminum running units vith formed 
or extruded aluminum joint co-^rs, for installation behind main members "here 
possible. Fabricate mitered arid -^i-elded corner uiiits. 

Shop Finish, Rain Draina£.':e : Provide manufactui'er's standai-d baked-on "j/hite acrylic 

shop finish on aluminum gutters; and downspouts; l.O mil dry film thickness. 



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PART \ - EXECUTION 
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS 

General . Excef-t as otherwise in'dicate<3.. comply vith msnufacturefj installation 
instruction? srid recommendations, end ?,ith SMACNA "Architecture! Sheet Metal 
Manual". Anchor unit: of vork securely in place by methods indicate-! providing for 
tliermel expension of metal units,: conceal fasteners vhere possible, err? set iKiits tr\je 
to line and level as indicated. Install TK''ork vith laps, lomts and seaias vhich 's-ill t* 
permariently '^I'atertight and '^I'eatherproof . 

Underla'','TQer:^ ¥here stainless steel or aluminum is to be installed directly on 
cementitiuii: or vood substrates., install a slip sheet of red rosm paper and a course of 

pnii^thylene i.inderle.'.Tiient. 

Bed flenge" of -■•orl-: m a thick coat of bituminous; roofing cement -'here reqmred for 
■^'aterproof perfopolyethylene under la.yment . 

Install reglets to receive counter-llashing m manner and by methods indicated ¥here 
sho w'n in concrete., fiirnish reglets to trades of concrete work for installation as vork 
of Division 3 sections. ¥here shovn in masonry, furnish reglets to trades of masonry 
w'ork, for instellation as w'ork of Division-i sections. 

Install countef-nasiiing^ in re-lets, either by 3nax:-in seal arrangement, or by 
T.'cdging in pi'?.':;:c for onchorngr? Mid i'liling; rc^gicT ?,'ith majtr;: or tia^tom'^ric 
sealant, as indicated and dependin-g; on degree of'seizdsnt exposure. 

Install elastic flashiiig; m a.ccordance ^sith manufacturer's recommenda-tions. ¥here 
reqiured. pro"ide for mo'.'^.ment at joints by forming: loops or bello?," m vidth of 
flashing. Locate cover or filler strips at joints to facilitate complete draina^'e of vater 
from flashing. Seam adjacent fleshing sheets ^ath adhesr/e, seal and anchor edges in 
accordaiice vith maiiufacturer's recommendations. 

CLEAN IKir AND PF:uT£lTIUN 

Clean exposed metal surfaces, removing substances vhich might ca.t^se corrosion of 
metal or deterioration of finishes. 

Protection : Installer shall a:jvise Contractor of required procedures for surveillance 
and protection of flashings and sheet metal ■^■^^rk during: construction, to ensure that 
vork 'Tidll be without dam^ase or deterioration, other than natiu'al weathering, at time of 
substantial completion. 



END OF SECTION 07500 



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SECTION 077Q0 - ROOF SPECIALTIES AND ACCESSORIES 

PART 1 - GENERAL 

FlELATED DOCUMENTS 

Lre.'^'insrs end "enerel pro^'isions of Contract., iricludingr General erid Suf t^enientery 
Con-ditinns aiid Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to 7/ork of this section. 

DESCRIPTION or VORK 

Extent and locations of roof accessories is indicated on the dravmgs and by provisions 
of this section. 

Tv2iicf units specified in this section include the itillcving: 

Roof hatches. 

Roof vindcv;^' units. 

Refer to roofin:^; swtea sections of these specifications for roofing accessories to be 
built into roofing: sysTeiu vnot vork of this section). 

SUBMITTALS 

Product Data..: Roof Accessories : Submit manufacturer's technical product data, rough- 
in dis.graias.. details, instaila.tion instrix:tions and general prodiKt recomiuendations. 

Coof dmatiun Dr a^'ins.s : Submit coordinatiori dravings for itaias mterfacms vith or 
supporting mechaiiical or eiectricei equipment, ductw'ork. piping, or condiut. Indicate 
dimensions end locations of items provided under this section, togiether TAth 
rela.tionships and methods of attachment to adjacent construction aiid to 
fflechanicsl /electrical items . 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Stsiiderds : Comply 'S'ith SMACNA "Architectural Sheet Metal Manual" details for 
fabrication of units, including flanges and cap-flashing to coordinate \nth type of 
roofing, indicated. Comply 7,ath "NRCA Roofing and Vaterproofmg Manual ' details for 
installation of linits. 



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PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

GENERAL PRnpTJCT REQUIREMENTS 

Frovi'je menufactio'efs' gtijiid^ai'd miits. modified as necessary to comply vith 
reqiairements. Shop fabric&te each iJiiit to greatest extent possible. 

MATERIALS GENERAL 

Zinc-Coated Steel : Commercial qiieiity with 0.20 percent copper.. ASTM A 525.. G90 hot- 
dip gftivsniSHd., mill phosphatised 

St smle^-g Steel : A IS I Type 302 /■304.. ASTM A 167.. 2D annealed finish except s^- other vise 
indicated., tempei' as required for formifi^^ arid performai'ice. 

Aluii-inum Sheet . ASTM E 205.. alloy 3003.. temper sr required for forming and 
■f^erformsnce: AA-C22Ail clear anodised finish, excep'^ mill finish prepared for 
paintms. '^'here indicated for field painting. 

Extruded Aluminum : Manufacturers standai'd extrusions of sises and general profiles 
indicated, aJloy 60d3-T52.: 0.078" minimum thicknesses for primary framin:?; and curb 
member legs., 0.062" for secondai'" legs.: AA-L22A'ti cleai' anodized finish on ej:pused 
members.. e:crept es otherTvise indicated. 



¥ood Nailers; Soft'v;''ood lumber, pressure treated vith vater-bome preserya.tiyes for 
ai^ove-ground use. complying vith A¥PE LP-2; not less than 1-1/2" thick 

rssteners : Same met.3i ss metals being fastened., or nonmagnetic stainless steel or other 
noncorrosiye metal as recommended by manufacturer. Match finish of exposed 
fasteners y/ith finish of material being fastened. 

¥here remoyal of exterior exposed fasteners affords access to building, provide 
nonremoyat'le fastener heads . 

Gaskets: Tubular or fingered design of neoprene or pol'^,",'inyl chloride, or block desisn 
of sponge neoprene. 

Bituminous Coating : FS TT-C-4y4 or SSPC-Paint 12, sohnsnt typ.e bituminous mastic, 
nominally free of sulfur., compounded for Ij-mil dry film thickness per coating. 

Mastic Sealant : Polyisobut'^lene, nonhardening, nonskinning, nondrying, 
nonmigratmg seel ant . 



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Elagtomeric Sealant Generic type recommentjed by unit msjiufacturer, vhich is 
comF-atible -n\Yi joint surface::.: comply mxh FS TT-S-00227-E, TT-S-002'jOC, or TT-S- 
uQij4:iA. 

Roofing Cement : ASTM D 2S22, asphaltic 

ROOF ^INDQVUH ITS 

Roof Vindov Unitg - Vellux Mo^jel FS T/ith VP Curt> Flashing System. 

PREFABRICATE!:' ROOF HATCHES 

General : Fabricate units of sizes shovn, single-leaf type unless otherwise indicated., for 
40 lbs. per sq ft. external loading aiid 20 lbs per sq ft internal loading' pressure. 
Frame vitli 12" high integr;al-curb double-'S'all construction with 1" insufation, caiit 
strips arid cap flashing (roofing counter-flashing), '^Mh •^'elded or sealed mechanical 
corner joints. Provide double- wall cover (lid) constriction vith 1" insul5.tion core. 
Equip imits vith complete hard?/are set including hold-open devices, interior padlock 
hasps, and both interior and exterior la.tch handles. Provide gasketing. Fabricate units 
of folio viny materials 

Materials : Zinc-coated steel sheet?. 
Size : as noted on the drawings 

Sloping: Rnnf: Yhere slope of roof decl^ exceeds 1 /4" per ft., fabricate hatch curbs with 
height tapered to match slope, to result in level installation of tops of units 

A vailat^le Menuf a.cturers ■ Sut'iect to compliance vith requirements, manuiacturers 
offering prefabricated roof hatch urnts w'hich may be incorporated iii the vork 
include, but fffe not limited to, the fOilo'i?;-'iiig 

Eilco Co.: Nev Haven. CT 

Bohem Skylites, Inc.: Burlington, NJ 

Bristol Fiber lite Industries.: Sarita Anna,. CA 

Dur-Red Products; Cudaliy, CA 

Faulkner Plastics, Inc., Tampa, FL 

Hillsdale Industries, Inc.: Knoxville, IN 

Natural! te. Inc.; Garlarid, TX 

Milcor Inc.; Lima, OH 

O'Keefe's, Inc.; San Francisco, CA 

Plasteco, Inc.; Houston, TA 

¥asco Products, Inc.; Sanford, ME 



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PART ■< - EXECUTION 

INST ALL AT IQH 

General Comply "satli maiiiiractiw"ers instructions and recomDiendations. Coordinate 
?,dth instsllation of roof deck and other substrates to recen^e accessory units, and ^'^.J;'or 
barriers, roof insulation, roofing arid flashing; as required to ensiore that each element 
of the 7/ork performs properly, and that combined elements ere '^'a.terproof end 
veathertight. Anchor units securely to supporting structural substrates, adequate to 
withstand lateral and thermal stresses as veil ai; invard and out'?;'ard loading pressures. 

Except ^s otherwise indicated install roof accessory items m a.ccordaiice "^dth 

construction details of "NRCA Roofing and ¥aterproofing Manual" 

Isolation : 'v/here metal surfaces of units are to be installed in contact vith 
noncompstibie metal or corrosi-n? substrates, including "vi'Tiod, apply bitiuninoi^s coeling 
on concealed metal sui'faces. or provide otiier permaiient sepai'ation. 

IlaiiSa Seals ; Except as otherwise indicated, set flanges of accessory units m a thick bed 



Cap Flsshin:^; - ¥here cap ils^hing is required as component of accessory, insiall to 
provide a.dequa.te "v.-'aterproof overlap vith roofing or roof fleshing (es coimter 
nashmi) Seal with thick bead of maitic sealan', except -^nere overlap is indicated to 
t-e left open lor ventilation 

ijperational Units : Test operate units 'Tnth operable components Clean end iubricete 
joints and hard'^^'a's. Adjust for proper operation. 

Clean exposed metal and plastic swfaces in accordeiice "^ith manutacturer's 
instructions. Touch up damaged metal coa.tings. 

Dean aiid polish roof vmdoT lonits, inside and out, not more than 5 days prior to date of 
substantial completion . 



END OF SECTION 07700 



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SECTION Q7Q0Q - fOINT SEALERS 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENT? 

Dt'a.Ti'ings sxid general provision? of Contract, including &ener8l and Supplementary 
Conditionj and Dn'ision-1 Specification Sections, apply to w'ork of this Section. 

SUMMARY 

Extent 01 each form aiid type of loint sealer is indicated on dravms's 3i"id schedtoles. 

This SectiQii includes loint sealers for the lollovin& locations 

Exteriof lomts m verticeJ surfaces aiid nontraffic horizontal surfaces as 
indicated beloi^c 

Control and expansion lomts m cast-m-place concrete. 

Control and expansion ioints in unit masonry. 

.Joints of stone w'ork set vithout mcrtsr, 

joints betveen different materials lis+td abc'e 

Perimeter ioints bet'^'een materials listed above and fraiiies of doors arid 

vindo'5's. 

Control and expansion lomts m ceihng and overhead surfaces. 

Other ioints as indicated. 

Interior lomts m vertical surfaces and horizontal nontraffic surfaces as 



iUOicc.ie. 



Control aiid expansion joints on exposed interior surfaces of exterior 

'•alls. 

Perimeter joints of exterior openings '^here indicated. 

Joints bet-'^-en tops of non-load-beanng unit masonry ■^■•alls and 

underside of cast-in-place concreie slabs aiid beams. 

Tile control and expansion joints. 

Vertical control joints on exposed surfaces of interior unit masonry and 

■concrete ■^■'alls and partitions. 

Perimeter joints bet'^i^'een interior •^-all sui'faces and hoUov metal frames 

of interior doors., "sando^", and ele'^ator entrances. 

Perimeter joints of toilet fixtui'es. 

Other joints as indicated. 



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Sealing iomts in exterior insulation and finish system is specified in the following 
DiYisicn-? section 

"Exterior Insulation ar^d finish S™tems - Class PB." 

Sgaline icints rglated to flarhm?: gnd sheet metsJ for rocfing is specified in Di^asicn-7 
Section: "Flashing end Sheet Metal " 

Sesdsnts for glazing tiur i:>cigeg ere specified in Division-8 Section "C'l-s^s arid Olaring " 

Seelifig conceeled penmetef jointg of gyt-sum dry^-'&ll pertitions to reduce sound 
ti'ansfflission characteristics is specified in Division-9 Section "Gypsum Eir'',nf;''aJl." 

SYSTEM PERFORMaHCES 

FTovide lomts sealers that haye been produced aiid installed to establish and maintain 

T^'c'tertight and airtight continuoijs 7-?-?h- 



Pre- -j ■.:-:;! I'8.::r. tiOih ffi?iiufacturer 3 for each joint sealer product required., including 
i!i?Tr\i-;tioiiJ for iomt preperetioji eiivj ioint sexier applicatioii , 

S8iai>leg for mi*i?l Selection PuftHjg&g : ManufeK^turer's standard t-ead seiaplas 

consistms: of strips cf actual product: sho'^ini; full range of colors ayailable. for each 
product exposed to vif?/. 

Certificates from manufacturers of joint sealers attesting that their products comply 
w'lih specification requirements siid are suitable for the use indicated. 

Quislification date, complying '^ath requirements specified in "Quality Assiaraiice" 
article. Include list of completed projects vith project name, addresses., names of 
Architects and Owners., plus other information specified, 

Produt;t test reports for each type of joint sealers indicated, evidencing compliance 
vith requirements specified. 

Ffeconstruction field test reports indicating vhich products and joint preparation 
methods demonstreted acceptable adhesion to lomt substrates. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Installer rn.alifications : Engage an Installer -'ho he^ successftally completed within the 
last 3 years at least 3 joint sealer applications similar in tyf^e arid size to that of this 
Project. 



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Single Soui'ce kesvonsibility for .lomt Sealer Materials : Obtsm lomt sealer materials 
from a single manufactiirer for each differen' product reqiured; 

Preconstruction Compatibility and Adhesion Testing; : Submit samples of all materials 
that "^'iU contact or affect joint sealers to joint sealer manufacturers for compatibility 
and adhesion testing., as indicated belo'^'-: 

Use test methods standard with manufacturer to determine if priming and other 
specific joifit preparation techniques ere reqiured to obtain rapid, optimum 
adhesion of joint sealers to joint substrates. 

Schedule sufficient time for testing and analysis of results to prevent delay in 

the progress of the w'ork. 

In^'^stigate materials failing compatibility oi' adhesion tests and obtain jctint 
sealer mamafacturer's T^'ritten recommendations for corrective measures.. 
in'ludmp liSP ni'"~r'Rci.'^l'!"*'nnu"Tl:^tRd ■^'rim^rs 

Testing tviII not be required w'hen joint sealer manufacturer is able to submit 
joint preparation data required above vhicii is acceptable to Arciiitect and is 
based on pre^'ious testing of current sealaiit products for adhesion to, and 
compatibility ^ith. joint substrates and other materials matching those 

submitted. 

Froduct Testing: : Provide comprehensive test data for each type of joint sealer based on 
tests conducted by a qualified independent testing laboratory on current product 
formulations within a 24-month period preceding date of Contractor s submittal of test 
results to Architect 

Test elastomeric sealants lor compliance '^n\h requirements specified by 
reference to ASTM C 920. Include test results for hardness, stain resistaiice, 
adhesion and cohesion under cyclic mo^'ement (per ASTM C 719),. lov- 
temperature flexibility, modulus of elasticity at 100 percent strain, effects of 
heat aging, and effects of accelerated vea.therini;. 

Field-Constructed Mock-Ups : Prior to installation of joint sealers, apply elastomeric 
sealants to the folloTiidng selected building joints as indicated belov for ftu'ther 
•/erification of colors selected from sample submittals and to represent completed "s-xirk 
for qualities of appeai^ance, materials and application: 

Joints in field-constructed mock-ups of assemblies specified in other sections 
"5''hich are indicated to recerre elastomeric joint sealants m this section. 

Retain mock-ups diu^ing construction as standard for judging completed 

construction , 



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DELIVERY. STORAGE. AND HAKI'LING 

Deli'^i^r mater lai; to Project 2ite m original tiiiopened containers or bundles T'-ith labels 
informing about manufacturer.. prodiKi name and designation, color., expiration period 
lor use. pot life curing time and mixing instrix;tions for multicomponent materials. 

Store and handle materials m compliance vith manufacturer's recommeri<Jations to 
prevent their deterioration or damage diw to moisture, high or lov temperatiu'es, 
'Xint&iuinants, or other ca.iises . 

PRn.IECTCONDITIGNS 

En^iir onmental Conditions : Do not proceed vith mstelle.tion of join*, seelers under the 
folioving conditions; 

¥hen ambient and substrate temperature conditions ai'e outside the limits 
permitted by jomt sealer menufscturers 

¥hen loint substrates er? -^t dtK' to rain, frost, condensation or other causes. 

.Tcin' ¥:dTh Conditions : Dc no- proceed "vnth instslbation of joint sealers w'here joint 
w'ldths axe less tiian alio ved by lomt sesier manufacturer for application indicated. 

.loint Substrate Conditions : Do not proceed vitii installation of joint sesiers until 
contaminantt cai^atle or interrerms: vitn their adhesion ai'e removed from joint 
substrates, 

SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULINC^ 

Sequence installstion of joint seslers to occur not less than 21 nor more than 30 days 
alter compielion of waterproofing, toiiless other wise indicated. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
MATERIALS, GENERAL 

Compatibility : Provide joint sealers, joint fillers and other related materials that are 
^compatible '^'ith one another and vith joint substrates under conditions of service and 
8f>plication, as demonstrated by sealant manufacturer based on testing and field 
experience. 

Colors : Provide oolor of exposed joint sealer indicated or, if not otherMse indicated, as 
selected by Architect from menufs.cturer's standard colors. 



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ELASTOMER IC .lOIKI SEiiLANTS 

£l5L;tumeric Sealaiit Stafidai'd : Provide maiiufactui^er':; staiid^ai'd cheiaically curing., 
el32T.rimeric sedlenr of hase polymer indicated vhich complies vith ASTM C 920 
requirements, inclij^jmg those referenced for Type, Grade, Cler-s and Uses 

One-Part Acid-Curing Silicone Sealant : Type S: trade NS: Class 25; Uses NT, G, A, and, bs 

applicable to joint substrates indicated, 0. 

One-Fart Mildev-Resistant Silicone Sealant : Type S: Grade NS, Class 2j, Use: NT, G, A, 
and, 9f applicable to nonporou? joint substrate? indicated, 0; formulated ^rixYi f\ingit:ide.: 
intended for sealing interior joints vith nonporous substrates and subject to m-servic-e 
exposure to conditions of high humidity end temperature extremes. 

Mul^i-Per-^ Nonseg Urethea^ie Sealsnt for Use NT : Type M, Grade NS Class 25, and 
compiinng vith the foUoTjang requirements for Uses: 

Uses NT, M, A and. as. applicable to joint substrates indicated, U, 

Multi-Pert Poufeble Urethaiie Sealant for Use T : Type M, Grade F, Cless 25, and 
complying with the folio wing requirements for: 

Uses T, M, and, as aiplica.Me to joint substrates indicated, n. 

Available Products : Subject to comf lisiice 'ft'ith reqiurements, eiastomeric sealants 
:h maybe incorporated in the ?7orl: include, but are not limited to, the follo"^''ini.: 

Multi-Part Nonsag Uretharie Sealejit for Use NT : 

"Chem-CalK jCO".: EostiK Construction Products Div. 

"Vuikem 227".: Mameco International, Inc. 

"ViUkem 922", Mameco International, Inc. 

"Duaithene'; ¥.R. Meadow's. 

"Eiynatroi 11"; PecoraCorp. 

"Permapol EiC-2"; Prodi>jts Research & Chemical Corp. 

■■Siiv5HeA-2c NS"; SiKa Corp. 

"Soi:iolastic NP 2": Sonneborn Buildint: Prodix;ts Div.. Piexnord Chemical Prodi>cts 

Inc. 

"Dymeric"; Tremco Inc. 

Qne-Par t Acid-Curing Silicone Sealant : 

"Chem-Calk 1200": Bostik Construction Products Div. 

"Dov Corning 999 A"; Do^' Corning Cjorp. 

"SCS 1000"; General Electric Co 

"Construction 1200": General Electric Co. 

"863": PecoraCorp 

"P.hodorsil 3E"; Rhone-PoiUenc Inc. 



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"Rliodorsil 90"; Rhone-PoiUenc Inc. 

"OmniPhir": Sonnetorn Building Product? pi^. Rexnord Cheiaicsu Products.. Inc. 

"Proglose"; Tremco, Inc. 

One-Pai't Milde'^i'-Resistaiit Silicone Sealant : 

"Do'^''-Corning. 7S6 ".: Do v Corning Corp . 

"SCS 1702 Sgnitgry"; Lreneral Electric Co. 

"86 ;J *:;45 Vhite"; Pecora Corp. 

"Rhodor^il 6B Fhit?".: Rhone-pni;ipn- Inc. 

"Proglase ¥hite".: Tremeo Corp. 

"OmniPli;?".: Sonnet'Orn Buildm.s Products Di"... Rexnord Chemical Products Inc. 

Mr^ti-pgrt,. PouraMe, Urethane Sealant for Use T : 

"Ciieiu-Calk jjO":. Eostit: Construction Products Div. 
"Vulkem 24:'".: Msiaeco International. Inc. 
"Vullveffl 2!)j".: Mameco Internationsi.. Inc. 

"Pourtiiyne".: ^ R. Me-icJo w'S, inC . 

"NE-20n Urexpan": Pecora Corp. 

"PRC 280": ProdU'Cts Research & Chemical Corp. 

"SilvBilex 2c SL".: Sika Corp. 

"Sonolsstio Paving Toint Sealer".- Sonneborn Building ProdiKts Div.. E^exnord 

ChemicaJ Products Inc. 

"TKC->0^-' .. Jfi-iiico Inc. 

LATEX lu INT SEALANTS 

Acrylic-Eiaulsion Sealant - Manula.ctT.5rer's standard, one part, nonsae;.. ac:rylic, milde'F- 
resistajit, acrylic-emuision sealant coruplying vith ASTM C o3'4, formulated to be 
painted end recodinended for exposed e.pplicatiorr: on interior end on protected 
exterior locations invoiving .joint movement of not more than plik^ or minus: 5 percent. 

Available Products : Subject to compliance vith requirements, latex joint seeJants 
w'hich may be incorporated in the ¥ork include., but are not limited to, the follo-^ang: 

Acrylic-Emulsion Sealant : 

Them-Calt: 600".: Bostik Construc;tion Prodi^sts Uiv. 

"AC-20".; Pecora Corp. 

"Sonolac".: Scrtineborn Building Products Div..: Rexnord Chemical Products.. Inc. 

"Tremco Acrylic Latex S:;4".: Tremco Inc. 



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MISCELLANEOUS TOIHT SEALAHTS 

Compressions Seal; : 

Prefofmed loem Sealsnt : Majriufd.cturer's stsiidard preformed, precompressed 
impregnated open-cell foam sealant manufactured from high-density uretliane foam 
impregnated ■^■ith a nondrymg, vater repellant agent; factory-produ^ted in 
precompressed sizes and in roll cr sticK form to fit joint f/idths indicated and to develop 
9 watertight and airtight seal vhen compressed to the degree specified by 
manufacturer; ^and complying vith the foUoving requirements; 

Ffoperties . Permanently elastic, milde'^'-resistant, nonmigratory, nonstaining, 
compatible vith ioint substrates and other iomt sealers. 

Imii^regtiating Agen^ : Manufacturer's standard. 

T"ip*-> -i^+'.T- l^'^Ti \jf ri':tT.jr^r S '^t'^JTld'^I'd 

Esckms: None. 

AvailaMe Products , Sut'ject to compliance with requirements, products "which 
may be irjcorporated in the York include, but ere not limiTed to. The follo'^ang: 

"Emseei"; Emseel Corp. 

"Emsesi irreyllex ', Emseel Corp. 

"Polytite R"; Sandell Manufacturing: Co., Inc. 

"Pol',^.ite Staiidard"; Sandell Manufactiu'ing Co., Inc. 

"¥ili-Seal 150 ", ¥ili-Seal Construction Foajiis E'lv., Illbruck. 

"¥ili-Seal 2jCi"; ¥ill-Seal Construction Foams Div., Illbruck, 

"York-Seal 100"; York Menufa.cturins: In^;. 

"York-Seal 200", York Manufactuiing. Inc. 

.IOINT SEALANTS FOR PAVING : 

T'^fQ-Part Jet-Euel-Resistsnt Cold- Applied Sealant : Mat:iuf acttarer 's staiidard, pourable, 
chefflicaHy-curing, elastomeric sealant complying: vith FS SS-S-ZOn and of The 
following formulation for be^e polymer. 

Available ProdiKtts : Subiect to compliance 'S'ith requirements, products vhich may be 

incorporated in the ¥ork include, but are not limited to, the follo-^ang: 

Tvo-Pain let-Fuel-Resistant C-Qld-APt4ied Sealant : 

"Vulkem 202"; Mameco International, Inc. 

"Gardox"; ¥.R. MeadoTi's, Inc. 

"Urexpan NR-3'On"; PecoraCorp. 

"Sonomeric CT 2": Sonneborn Building Products Div.. Rexnord Chemical ProdiKts 

Inc. 



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riRE-R£SI3TANT TQIHT SEALERS 

&eneral : Pro'hde mania acturer's standard fire-stoppmg sealant, -sath accessory 
materi-sls.. having fire-resistsnoe ratings indicated as established by testing identical 
assemt'lies per ASTM E 814 ty UndervrlTers Laboratory.. Inc. or other testing and 
inspecting agency acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction. 

roamed- In-Place Fire-Stopping Seaiant : Tvo-part.. foaiaed-in-place. silicone sealant 
forai.Uate'j for use in a throuih-penetratiori fire-stop system for fining; openings 
around cables., conduit., pipes and similer penetrations through vails and floors. 

One-Part Fire-Stoppmg Sealant - One part elastomeric sealant forsiulated itir use m a 
throufih-penetra.tion fire-siop system lor sealing openings ai'ound ca.bles, conduit, 
pipes end similar penetrations through veils end floors 

Available Products ' Subiect to compliance vith re-^juirements. products vhich me.v be 
incorporated m the "/orK include but ai-e not limited to the follovmi; . 



v.- 



O.Li.;C'J- il*-*" iOL-C *J 



"Dov Corning Eire j:-top Foam .; Dov Corning Corp 
"Pensil Sji ".: General Electric Cc. 



'T'OT'' Corning Eire Stop Seclai'". Do w Corning Corp. 

";:M Fire Barrier Caulk CP-23": Electrical Products D1V./3M 

"ElTV 7403".: Getieral Electric Co 

"Fyre Putty"; Standard Oil Engineered Materials Co. 

.TOINT SEALANT BACKINCt 

Genersl : ProA^de sealant backings of material and type vhich sre nonstaining.- are 
compatible ^K'-ith joint substrates, sealants, primers 8i:id other joint fillers; and are 
appro^^d for applications indicated by sealejit manufactm-er based on field eAperience 
and laboratory testing 

Pla:;tic Eoam .Toint Fillers . Preformed, compressible, resilient, nomv'3j:ing, 
nonextruding strips of flexible, nongessing plastic foaiu of material indicated belov: 
nonabsorbent to vater and gas.: and of size, shape and density to control sealant depth 
and otherwise contribute to producing optimiwn sealant performance. 

Either open cell pol^narethane foam or closed-cell polyethylene foam, unless 
other'is'ise indicated, subject to approval of sealant manufacturer, for cold- 
applied sealants only. 



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Eoii-d-Breaker Tape : Poiyethyiene tai>e or other faastio ta^e 32 recomiuende-c !■" seaisnt 
menijfecturer fcr preyenting ::e3l3nt from adhering to rigid,. intleAiMe lomt filler 
materials or joint surfaces at back of joint ^mere such adhesion 'Sr'ould result m sealant 
failiwe. Pro'hde self-adhesi','^ tape vhere applicable. 

M ISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS 



Pfifflef : Provide type recommended by joint sealer manufacturer vhere required for 
adhesion of seeleiit to joint substrates indicated, as deteriuined from preconstrivc-tion 
joint sealer substrate tests and field tests. 

Cle.aners for Hontjorui^s Surfaces : Provide nonstaining, chemical cleaners of type 
vhich are acceptable to menufacturer of seeilent? and sealant backing laa.terials. T.'hich 
are not harmful to substrates aiid adjacent nonporous materials, and vhich do not lea.'^ 
oily residues or otherwise ho^^ a detrimental effect on sealant adhesion or in-sei'^'nce 

performisnce. 

Miasking Tape : Provide nonstaining, nonabsorbent type compatible vith joint sealants 
and tc surfaces adjacent to lomtr. 

Accessory materials for Fire-Stopping Sealants Pro'nde fnrmin:g, ioint-fillers packing 
8iid other accessory materials required for installatioti 01 lire-stopping sealants as 

ai>plicaMe tc instsllaticn conditions indics.ted. 



General - Provide joint fillers of thickness and widths indicated. 

Eitummoijs Fiber .joint Filler . Preformed strips of composition belo^', complying vith 
ASTMD1751: 

Arrhrlt ra.turated fiber board 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 
EXAMINATION 

Examine joints indicated indicated to receive joint sealers, vith Installer present, for 
compliance '^'ith requirements for joint configuration, installation tolerances and 
other conditions affecting joint sealer performance. Do not proceed vith installation 
of joint sealers until unsatisfactorv conditions ha^'e been corrected 



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PRlPAkATIuN 



Surface Cleatiina: of .loint; . Cleaii out joints iminediately before installing joint sealers 
to comply viTh recommendations of joint sealer manufacturers aiid the following 
requirements: 

Eemove ell foreign laateriel from joint substrates vhich could interfere vith 
adhesion of joint sealer., including dust.: paints., except for permaneni.. protective 
ojatings tested and approved for sealant adhesion and compatibiiity by sealant 
m^itiufacturer.: old joint sealers, oil.: grease.: waterproofing: ^■'s.ter repellants: 
vater; surface dirt and frost. 

Clean concrete.masonry. unglazed surfaces of ceramic tile arid similar porous 
joint substrate surfaces, by bn^hing.. grinding., blast cleaning., mechanical 
abrading., or a. combination of these methods to prodix:e a. clean., sound substrate 
capable of developing optimum bond v.'ith joint sealers. Remove loose p.articles 
remaining from above cleaning operations by vacuuming or bloving out joints 
vith oil-free compressed air. 

Remo'i^ laitance end form release agents from concrete . 

Cleei:. met:3l gl;ass, porcelain enamel., glased surfaces of ceramic tile and other 
nonporous surfaces by chemical cleaners or other means vhich ere not 
h^ai'miiil to substrates or leave residues capable of interfering Tith adhesion of 

.loint Priming : Prime joint substrates v/here indica.ted or wtiere recommended by joint 
sealer matiufacturer base:] on preconstruction joint sealer-substrate tests or prior 
ext-erience . A■'■^plv primer to compl''^ ^'ith joint sealer msriufacturer's 
recommendations. Confine primers to areas of joint sealer bond, do not alio w' spillage or 
migration ijiito adioming surfaces 

Masking Tape : Use masking tape ?;-'here required to prevent contact of sealant ^nXh 
adioining siu'faces wtnch otherwise vould be permaiiently stained or damaged by such 
-iXintact or by cleariins; methods required to remove sealent smears. Remove tape 
immediately after tooling without disturbing joint seal. 

IHSTALLATILIH OF TOIHT SEALERS 

General : Comply '^ith joint sealer maniafacturers' printed installation instructions 
applicable to products and applications indicated, except where more stringent 
requirements apply 

Elastomeric Sealant Installation Standard : Comply with recommends.tions of ASTM C 962 

for use of joint sealants as applicable to materials, applications and conditions 
indicated. 



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Latex Seaiatit Installation Stander'j. Cumi>iy 'S'ith requirements of A3TM C 790 for use of 
latex seaiantE. 

Instgllation of Sealant Baclcmgr" : Install sealant backings to comply '^nrh the foUo-Tiang 
requirements: 

Install yjint-fiUers of type in':jicate':j to provide support of sealsnts during 
ai>pIication an6 at position require'd to produce the cross-section ai shapes and 
depths of installed seelents relative to joint widths vhioh ellov optimum seelaiit 

laoveiaen* capability. 

Do not leave gaps between ends of joint-fillers. 

Do not stretch, tvist.. puncture or tear join^ fillers. 

Remove absorbent joint fillers wliicli have become w'et prior to sealant 
application aiid rej>iace vith dry material . 

Instell bond breal^ier ta-i:>e befy/ee-ii seel ants end )oirn-fillers.. compression se-ah or back 
of joints ^'here adhesion of seelant to surfaces at bach of join': ^^'culd result m sealant 
failure. 

InsTell compressible seals ser'^.iniE: as sealent backings to comply T'i+h requirements 
indicated above for icmt fillers. 

Instailatiun of Sealants : Install sealants by pro'^.'en techniques that result in sealants 
directly contactini end fLJlly T'-etting joint substrates., completely filling recesses 
provided for each joint configuration and providing uniform, cross-sectional shapes 

aiid depths reiatiw to join' widths ^'hich alloT optimum sealant mowment capability. 

ToQiins; of Nonsag; Sealants : Immediately after seelant application exi-l prior to time 
skinning or curing begins tool seelants to form smooth, imiform beads of 
configuration indicated, to eliminate air pockets and to ensui'e contact end adhesion of 
seel ant vith sides of lomt Remo'=,'e excess sealants from surfaces adiacent to lomt. Do 
not use tooling agents vhich discolor sealants or adjacent surfaces or are not approved 
by sealai:it manufacturer. 

PiX'Vide OQncave joint configuration per Figiwe 6A in ASTM C 962, unless 
othervise indicated . 

Installation of Preformed Foam Sealatits : Install each length of sealant immediately 
after remo^ang protecti*'^ "^Tappings, talang care not to pull or stretch m^Tenal and 
•complying ■^ith sealant manufactui'er's directions for installation methods, materials 
ejid tools T\-hich produce ze^l continuity at ends, tiu"ns, and intersections of joints. For 
ap'plioations at lov ambient temperatui'es vhere expansion of sealaiit requires 
acceleration to produce seal, apply heat to sealant m confcrmence T'lth sealant 
mariul'actui'er 's recommendations . 



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Installa.iion of Fire-Stot^t^ina: Sealsiit : Install sealsnt, including forming,, packing and 
other 6.cce""nr7 raatensiL to fill openings around mechanical and electrical ^er'hces 
penetrating floors and vails to provide fire-2tops vith fire resistance ratings indicated 
for floor or w-all assembly in "^i'hich penetration occurs. Comply '^'ith installation 
requirements established by testing and inspecting: agency. 

CLEANING 



Qe&n ofT excess sealants or sealant smears adjacent to joints as 'work progresses by 

methods and with cleanins" materials approved by manufacturers of joint sealers and of 
prodi-Kts in vhich joints occur. 

PROTECTION 

Protect joint sealers during; and ef'^er curing period from contact vith contaminating 
substances or from diamajge resulting from construction operations or other causes so 

that thev are "ithou* deter: cration or damage at time of Substantial Completion. If, 
•despite such protection damag'e or deterioration occurs, cut out and remove damag'ed or 
deteriorated lomt sealers immediately and reseal lomts with ne-' materials to produce 
joint sealer inst.ELlia.tiuns with repaired :areas indistmguisiiable from original w'ork. 

.IDINTSIALANT SCHEDULE 

Multi-Part Poufable Urethaiie Seeient : Exterior and interior joints m horisontal 

£U:Ta.i:6s cr coiiCrcit, betw'een LL6t8l siid concrete, mortar, stone and masonry 

Muiti-Par t Konsag Urethane Sealant : E:':terior and inTerior joints m vertical surfaces of 
CTncrste and maronrv: bet^'een concrete masonrv end stone.: betveen metal and 
concrete, mortar, or s*cne; mtsrior and exterior perimeter joints of metal frames m 
exti^rior 'Ti'^lts' ^xi'i exterior overhead foints 

Ctne-Par'' Acid-Curing Silicone Sealant : Exposed joints vithm aluminum entrance 
framing systems. 

One-Part Mildev-Resistant Silicone Sealant : Interior joints m 'vertical surfaces of 
ceramic tile in sho^'er surrounds. 

Acr^^ic-Emulsion Seal^ant : Interior joints in field-painted vertical and overhead 
surfaces at perimeter of elevator door frames end hoUow' metal door frames.: in g'j^'Sum 
dry^'all, and concrete or concrete masonry; and all other interior joints not indicated 
other vise . 

foamed- In-Pla.ce Fire Stopping Sealant : Through penetrations in fii e resistance rated 
floor and vail assemblies imiilving multiple pipes, conduits and other items. 



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Qne-Psrt rire-Stot-pii:£: Se:alsiit: Through psnetrations m fire re:i:'a::;:r :';r.ts; fleer 
and -wsf 1 sjj^erabliej inrnr,-rig jingle pipe?., condiut: --here ioint mdxYiz ers n?rrc^^ 3nd 
01 ufiiiorm vidth. 



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SECTION 062 1 1 - FLUSH WOOD DOORS 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Draiings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Si^plementary 
Conditions and Division-! Specification sections, apply to of this section. 

SUMMARY 

Extent and location of each type of flush vood door is indicated on drawings and in 
schedules. 

Tyt>es of doors required include the following: 

Solid core flush vrod dcwrs vith vood veneer faces. 

Hollov core flush daws vith hardtKsard faces. 

ShOD-oriming of flush vood dojrs is included in this section. 

Factory-orefitting to frames and factory-premachining for hardware for vcx)d doors is 
included in this section. 

Vood ^xir frames and other vrodvork in juxtaposition to flush vood doors are specified 
in Division-6 section "Architectural Voodvork". 

Metal door frames for flush vood doors are specified in another Division-8 section. 

SUBMinALS 

Product Data: Door manufacttirer's technical data for each type of door, including 
<tetails of core and edge constnKtion, trim for openings and louvers, and factory- 
finishing specifications. 

Shop Dravings: Submit shop dravings indicating location and size of each door, 
elevation of each kind of door, details of constrxKtion, location and extent of hardvare 
Mocking, fire ratings, requirements for factory finishing and other pertinent data. 

lor factory-premachined doors, indicate dimensions and locations of cutouts ftw 
locksets and other ctjtouts adjacent to light and louver openings. 



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QUALin ASSURANCE 

Quality Stan<tefds : Comply vith the foUo'ving standards: 

NVVDA Quality Standard: 15.1 "Indtistry Standard for Vood Flush Doors", of 
National Vood Vin<tovand Door Association (NVVDA). 

AVI Quality Stan<terds: "Architectural VaKTrork Quality Standaf<b', including 
Section \JO0 "Architectural Flush Doors", of Architectxiral Voodvork Institute 
(AVI) for gra<te of door, core construction, finish and other requirements 
exceeding those of NVVDA <itiality standard. 

NVVDA Qvtality Marking : Mark each vood door vith NVVDA Vood Flush Door 
Certification Hallmark certifying compliance vith applic^i 1. requirements of NVVDA 
15. 1 Series. 

For manufacturers not participating in NVVDA Hallmark Progr am , a 
certification of comphance may be substituted for marking of individtwl doors. 

Fire-Rated Vood Dcors : Proyide vood doors vhich are identical in materials and 
construction to units tested in door and frame assemblies per ASTH E 152 and vhich are 
labeled and listed for ratings indicated by UL, Varnock Hersey or other testing and 
inspection agency e^Dceptable to authorities haying jurisdiction. 

Manufacturer : Obtain doors from a single manufacturer. 

PRODUCT DELIVERY. STORAGE. AND HANDLING 

Protect dcors during transit, storage and handling to prevent damage, soiling and 
deterioration. Comply vith requirements of referenced standards and 
recommendations of NVVDA pamphlet "Hov to Store, Handle, Finish, Install, and 
Maintain Vcxid Doors", as veil as vith manufacturer's instructions. 

Identify each door vith individual opening numbers vhich correlate vith designation 
system used on shop dravings for door, frames and hardvare, using temporary, 
r^novable or concealed markings. 

PRO lECT CONDITIONS 

Conditioning: Do not deliver or instaU doors until conditions for temperature and 
relative huaudity have been stabilized and vill be maintained in storage and 
installation areas during remainder of construction period to comply vith the 
folloving requirements of'plicoble to project's geographical location: 
Referenced AVI quality standard including Section lOO-S-3 "Moisture Content". 

Referenced AVI quality standard including Section lOO-S-3 "Moistiire Content". 



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VARRAHTY 

General: Varranties shall be in addition to, and not a limitation of, other rights the 
Ovner may have under the Contract Documents. 

Door Manufacturer's Varranty: Submit written agreement on door manufacturer's 
standard form signed by Manufacturer, Installer and Contractor, agreeing to repair or 
replace defective doors vhich have varped (bov, ciq> or rtist) or that shov 
tel^raphing of core construction in face veneers, or do not conform to tolerance 
limitations of referenced quality standards. 

Except as otheriise provi<ted elsevhere in the contract doctiments, "I'arranty 
shall be in effect during foUoiing period of time after date of Substantial 
Completion. 

Solid Core Interior Doors : 

Life of installation. 

Hollov Core Interior D<x)rs: 

One year. 

Contractor's Responsibilities: Replace or refinish doors vhere Contractor's vork 
contributed to rejection or to voiding of manufacturer's varranty. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
MANUFACTURERS 

Available Manufacturers: Subject to compliance vith requirements, manufacturers 
offering door vhich may be incorporated in the inork include, but are not limited to, 
the foUoving: 

Solid Core Doors vith Vood Veneer Faces: 

Algoma Hardvoods, Inc. 

Buell DcKjr Company. 

Cal-V£M)d Door Div., Timberland Industries, Inc. 

Chappell Door Company. 

Doors, Incorporated. 

Eggers Industries, Architectural Door Division. 

Gay Doors, Inc. 

Glen-Mar Door Mfg. Co. 

Graham Maniifacturing Corp. 

Ipik Door Co., Inc. 



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SECTIOH Oft 1 10 - METAL DOORS AMD FRAMES 

PART 1- QEWERAl 

RELATED DXUMEMTS 

Dravings on<J general proYisions of Contract, including General and Svq>pleflientary 
Conditions and Division- 1 Specification sections, 85>ply to vork of this section. 

DESCRIPTION or VQRK 

Extent of standard steel doors and frames is sho^m and schedxiled on dravings. 

Builder's hardvare is specified in Section 08710. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Provide doors and frames complying ^th Steel Door Instittjte "Recommended 
Specifications. Standard Steel Dcwrs and Frames' (SDI-100) and as herein specified. 

Fire-Rated Door Assemblies: Vhere fire-rated doors assemblies are indicated or 
required, provide fire-rated door and frame assemblies that comply vith NFPA 80 
"Standard for Fire Doors and Vindovs", and have been tested, listed and labeled in 
accordance vith ASTM E 152 "Stan<terd Metho<b of Fire Tests of Door Assemblies" by a 
nationally rect^nized independent testing and inspection agency acceptable to 
authorities having jurisdiction. 

SUBMinALS 

Product Data: Submit manufacturer's specifications for fabrication and installation, 
including data substantiating that products comply vith requirements. 

ShQt> Dravings: Submit for fabrication and installation of steel doors and frames. 
Include details of each frame type, elevations of door design types, conditions at 
openings, details of constn*ction, location and installation reqtarements of finish 
hardvare and reinforcements, and details of joints and connections. Shov anchorage 
and accessory items. 

Provide schedule of doors and frames using same reference numbers tor details 
and openings as those on contract dravings. 

Indicate coordinate of glazing frames and stops vith glass and glazing 
requirements. 



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Label Construction Certification: For door assemblies req\iire<J to be fire-rate<J and 
exceeding sizes of tested assemblies, submit manufacturer's certification for oversize 
fire-rated doors and frames that each assembly has been constriicted vith materials 
and methods equivalent to requirements for labeled construction. 

DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING 

Deliver hoUov metal irork cartoned or crated to provide protection during transit and 
job storage. Provide additional sealed plastic vre$>ping for factory-finished doors. 

Inst>ect metal irork i;q>on delivery for damage. Minor damages may be repaired 
provided finish items are equal in all respects to nev vork and acceptable to Architect; 
othervise, remove and replace damaged items as directed. 

Store doors and frames at building site under cover. Place units on vood sills at least 4" 
high, or otherwise store on flairs in manner that vill prevent rust and damage. Avoid 
use of non- vented plastic or canvas shelters vhich could create humidity chamber. If 
cardboard '«Ta5>per on door becomes vet, remove carton immediately. Provide 1/4" 
spaces between stacked doors to promote air circulation. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS 

Available Manufacturers. Subject to compliance vith requirements, manufacturers 
offering steel doors and frames vhich may be incorporated in the vork include; but 
are not limited to, the following. 

Manufacturer: Subject to compliance vith requirements, provide steel doors and 
frames by one of the following: 

Steel Doors and Frames, (General) : 

Allied Steel Products, Inc. 

Amveld/Div. American Velding & Mfg. Co. 

CecoCorp. 

CopcoDoorCo. 

Curries Mfg., Inc. 

Fenestra Corp. 

Kevanee Corjp. 

Hesler Industries, Inc. 

Pioneer Blders. Products Corp./Div. CORE Industries, Inc. 

Steelcraft/Div. American Standard Co. 

Tnissbilt, Inc. 

Republic Bviil<ters Products Corp. /Subs. Republic Steel. 



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Insulated Metal Doors and Frames 

Brosco 

MATERIALS 

Hot-Rolled Steel Sheets and Strit>: Commercial quality carbon st^l, pickled and oiled, 
complying vith ASTH A 369 and ASTM A^. 

Cold-Rolled Steel Sheets: Commercial quality carbon steel, complying vith ASTM A 366 
and ASTM A 368. 

Galvanized Steel Sheets: Zinc-coated carbon steel sheets of commercial q\jality, 
complying vith ASTM A 326, vith ASTM A 525, G60 zinc coating, mill phosphatized. 

SuptxM-ts and Anchors: Fabricate of not less than 18 gage galvanized sheet steel. 

Inserts, Bolts and Fasteners: Manufacturer's standard units, except hot-dip galvanized 
items to be built into exterior vails, complying vith ASTM A 153. Class C or D as 
applicable. 

Shop Af t>lied Paint: 

Primer: Rust-inhibitive enamel or paint, either air-drying or baking, suitable as a 
base for specified finish paints. 

FABRICATION, GENERAL 

Fabricate steel <toQr and frame units to be rigid, neat in e$>pearance and free from 
defects, varp or buckle. Vherever practicable, fit and assemble units in 
manvjfacturer's plant. Clearly identify vork that cannot be permanently factory- 
assembled before shipment, to assure proper assembly at project site. Comply vith SDI- 
100 requirements as foUovs. 

Interior Doors: SDI-100, Grade IL heavy-duty. Model 1, minimum 18 gage faces. 

Exterior Doors: SDI-100, Grade III, extra heavy-duty. Model 2. minimum 16-gage 
faces. 

Fabricate exposed faces of doors and panels, including stiles and rails of nonflush units, 
from only cold-rolled steel. 

Fabricate frames, concealed stiffeners. reinforcement, edge channels, louvers and 
moldings from either cold-rolled or hot-rolled steel (at fabricator's option). 



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Fabricate exterior doors, panels, and frames from galvanized sheet steel. Close top and 
bottom edges of exterior doors as int^ral part of <to)r construction or by addition of 
minimiim 16-gage inverted steel channels. 

Eit>osed Fasteners . Unless othervise indicated, provide countersunk flat Phillips heads 
for exposed screvs and bolts. 

Thermal-Rated (Insulating) Assemblies: 

At exterior locations and else vhere as shovn or scheduled, provide doors vhich have 
been fabricated as thermal instilating door and frame assemblies and tested in 
accordance vith ASTM C236. 

Unless othenise indicated, provide thermal-rated assemblies irith U factor for 
thermal-rated assemblies of 024 Btu(/hr x ft2 x degrees F). 

Finish Hardware Preparation : Prepare doors and frames to receive mortised and 
concealed finish hardvare in accordance irtth final Finish Hardvare Schedtile and 
provi<ted by hardware siq)plier. Comply vith applicable requirements of ANSI A 115 
series specifications for door and frame preparation for hardware. 

Reinforce d<x>rs and frames to receive surface-applied hardware. Drilling and tapping 
for surface-applied finish hardware may be <tone at project site. 

Locate finish hardware as shovn on final shop dravings or, if not shovn, in 
accordance vith "Recommended Locations for Builder's Herdvare,' published by Door 
and Hardware Institute. 

Shot> Painting: 

Clean, treat, and paint exposed surfaces of st^l door and frame units, including 
galvanized surfaces. 

aean steel surfaces of laill scale, rust, oil, grease, dirt, and other foreign materials 
before application of paint. 

Apply shop coat of prime paint of even consistency to provide a uniformly finished 
surface ready to receive finish paint. 

STANDARD STEEL DOORS 

Provide metal doors of types and styles indicated on drawings or schedules. 



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Door Louvers: 

Provide sight proof stationary louvers for interior doors vhere indicated, 
constructed of inverted V-she$>ed or l-sh&ped blades formed of 24-gage cold- 
rolled steel set into 20-gage steel frame. 

STANDARD STEEL FRAMES 

Provide metal frames for doors, transoms, sidelights, borrowed lights, and other 
openings, of types and styles as shovn on dravings and schedules. Conceal fastenings, 
unless othervise indicated. Fabricate frames of minimum 16-gage cold-rolled furniture 
steel. 

Fabricate all frames in exterior ot>enings and interior frames located in 
masonry openings vith mitered and i^lded comers. 

Fabricate frames in interior dmrall openings -vith mitered comers knocked- 
dovn, for field assembly. 

Form exterior frames of hot dip galvanized steel. 

Dcwr Silencers : Except on veatherstripped frames, drill stops to receive 2 silencers on 
strike jambs of single-sving frames and 2 silencers on heads of double-sving frames. 

Plaster Guards: Provide 26-gage steel plaster guards or mortar boxes, 'velded to frame, 
at back of finish hardvare cutouts ^liere mortar or other materials might obstruct 
hard vara operation and to close off interior of openings. 

INSULATED DOORS AND FRAMES 

As manufacttired by Brosco shall be Steel Door "Set-Up" Unit, Model B-38, BS-38 
sidelights. Furnish complete vith -vater repellent preservative treated and primed 
pine jambs & Brickmould exterior casing, thermal break aluaiinum sill vith adjustable 
hardvood threshold and 2" homed nosing. 

Hardi?are shall be furnished pre-hung vith manufacturer's Sectional Entrance Handle 
Lock in Bright Brass finish vith 1° projection deadbolt lock and High Security Trim, 
locked or tmlocked by key from outside and by thumbtum on inside. Provide 
manufacturer's standard Lockguard Security Plate and Pepsight Security Viever and 1 
1 /2 pr. dull brass butt hinges. 



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PART ^ - EXECUTION 

mSTALLATION 

General : Install stan<teir<J steel <Joors, frames, and accessories in accor<Iance vlth final 
shop dravings and manufactva-er's data, and as herein specified. 

Placing Frames: Comply "«th provisions of SDI-105 "Recommen<ted Erection 
Instnjctions For Steel Frames", unless othenise indicated. 

Except for frames located at in-place concrete or at dryvall installations, place 
frames prior to construction at enclosing vails and ceilings. Set frames 
accurately in position, plumbed, aligned, and braced securely until permanent 
anchors are set. After vail constnKtion is completed, remove temporary braces 
and spreaders leaving surfaces smooth and undamaged. 

In masonry construction, locate 3 vail anchors pre jamb at hinge and strike 
levels. 

Install fire-rated frames in accordance vith NTPA Std. No. 80. 

In metal stud partitions, install at least 3 vail anchors per jamb at hinge and 
strike levels. In open steel stud partitions, place studs in -wall anchor notches 
and vire tie. In closed steel stiid partitions, attach vail anchors to studs vith 
t8$)pingscrevs. 

Door Installation: 

Fit hoUov metal dcwrs accurately in frames, vithin clearances specified in SDI-100. 

Place fire-rated dcwrs vith clearances as specified in NFPA Standard No. 80. 

ADTUSTANPaEAN 

Prime CcMit Touch-up : Immediately after erection, sand smooth any rtjsted or damaged 
areas of prime coat and apply touch-iq> of compatible air-drying primer. 

Protection Removal: Immediately prior to final inspection, remove protective plastic 
vrappings from prefinished doors. 

Final Adjustments: Check and readjust operating finish hardvare items, leaving steel 
doors and frames undamaged and in complete and proper operating condition. 



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Mohawk Flush Doors, Inc. 
Veyerhauser Company. 

Hollo Y Core Doors : 

Cal-VcKJ<l Ixxtr Div., Timberlemd Industries, Inc. 
Glen-Mar Door Mfg. Co. 
Ipik Door Co., Inc. 
Masonite "Legacy". 
Veyerhauser Company. 

INTERIOR fLUSH VOQD DOORS: 

Solid Core Doors- . Comply vith the fDllo'trtngre<iuirefflents: 

Faces: Natural birch, plain sliced. 

AVI Grade: Economy. 

Construction: PC-5 (ParticletxMtrd core, 5-ply). 

Fire-Rated Solid Core Doors : Comply vith the folloving requirements: 

Faces and AVI Grecfe: Provide faces and grade to match non-rated doors in same area of 
building, unless other vise indicated. 

Construction: Manufacturer's standard core construction as required to provide 
fire-resistance rating indicated. 

E<tee Construction: Provide manufacturer's standard laminated edge 
' constrtKtion for improved screv-holding capability and split resistance as 

compared to edges composed of a single layer of treated lumber. 

flollov Core Itoors for Oi>aque Finish (Hardboard Face Doors): Comply vith the 
tollo'ving requirements: 

Faces: Hardboard. 

' HoUov core doors shall be "Legacy" design as manufactured by Masonite. Doors 

shall be manufactured in accordance vith Basic Hardboard Product Standard 
ANSI/AHA 135.4-1982, and NVVDAI5.1 .1-86, sec. 3.7.3(B). 

i Color & Finish: As selected by the Architect. 



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LOUVERS AHD LIGHT FRAMES : 

Vood Beads for Light Ot>enings in Fire Doors: Manufacturer's stan<lard fire-rated vood- 
veneer beads matching veneer species of door faces. 

FABRICATION 

Fabricate flush vood doors to produce doors complying vith folloving requirements: 

In sizes indicated for jot>-site fitting. 

Eftctory-t>refit and premachine doors to fit frame opening sizes indicated vitl 
the foUoving uniform clearances and bevels: 

Comply vlth tolerance requirements of AVI for prefitting. Comply litl 
final hardvare schedules and door frame shop dravings and vitl 
hardvare templates. 

Coordinate measurements of hardvare mortises in metal ftames to verifj 
dimensions and alignment before proceeding "with factory 
premachining 

Ot>enings : Cut and trim openings throi^h doors to comply lith applicable 
requirements of referenced standards for kind(s) of doors required. 

Light Qi>enings: Trim openings vith moldings of material and profile indicated. 

SHOP-PRIMING: 

Doors for Opaque Finish : Shop prime exposed portions of doors for paint finish vitl 
one coat of vood primer specified in Division-9 section "Painting". 

Division-9 section "Painting". 

FACTORY FINISHING 

General: Comply vith referenced AVI quality standard including Section 1500 Tactoni 
Finishing". 

Prefinish hardboard face. hoUov core vtjod doors at factory. 

Oc>a<Tue Finish: Manufacturer's standard finish system, color and sheen. 

Color: Match approved sample for color selected by Architect from 
manufacturer's standard color. 

Sheen: Semi-gloss. 

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PART ^ - EXECUTION 

EXAMIHATIOH 

Eiamine installed door frames prior to hanging <Jror. 

Verify that ft-ames comply vith in<hcated requirements for type, size, location, 
and sving characteristics and have been installed vith plumb jambs and level 
heads. 

Reject daws vith defects. 

Do not proceed vith installation until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected 

INSTALLATION 

Hardvare: For installation see Division-8 "Finish Hardvare" section of these 
specifications. 

Manxrfacturer's Instructions: Install vood doors to comply vith manufacturer's 
instructions and of referenced AVI standard and as indicated. 

Install fire-rated doors in corresponding fire-rated frames in accordance vith 
requirements of NFPA No. BO. 

fob-Fit Doors: Align and fit doors in frames vith uniform clearances and bevels as 
indicated belov; do not trim stiles and rails in excess of limits set by manufacttjrer or 
permitted vith fire-rated doors. Machine doors for hardvare. Seal cut surfaces afier 
fitting and machining. 

Fitting Clearances for Non-Rated Doors : Provide 1/8" at jambs and heads; 1/16" 
per leaf at meeting stiles for pairs of doors; and 1/8" from bottom of door to top 
of decorative floor finish or covering. Vhere threshold is shovn or scheduled, 
provide 1 /4" clearance from bottom of door to top of threshold. 

Fitting Clearances for Fire-Rated Doors: Comply vith NFPA 80. 

Bevel non-rated doors 1 /8" in 2" at lock and hinge e<%[es. 

Bevel fire-rated doors 1 /8" in 2" in lock edge; trim stiles and rails only to extent 
permitted by labeling agency. 

Prefit IxxTS: Fit to frames for uniform clearance at eaK;h edge. 



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factofY-Finished Doors: Restore finish before installation, if fitting or machining is 
required at the job site. 

Field-Finished Doors: Refer to the following for finishing requirements: 
Division-9 section Tainting". 

Division-9 Section Tainting". 

AD lUSTING AND PROTECTION 

Ot>eration : Rehang or replace doors irtiich do not siting or operate fr^ly. 

Finished Doors : Refinish or replace doors damaged during installation. 

Protect doors as recommended by <kwr manufacturer to assure that vood doors vih be 
"vithout damage or deterioration at time of Substantial Completion. 

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SECTION 06^40 - OVERHEAD CQILIHG GRILLES 

PARTI -GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drairings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary 
Conditions and Division 1 Specification sections, apply to irork of this section. 

SUMMARY 

Extent of overhead coiling grilles is shovn on drawings. 

Provide complete operating grille assemblies including curtains, guides, 
countert>8lance mechanisms, hardvare, operators and installation accessories, as 
indicated. 

Electrical connections are specified in Division 16. 

SUBMrrTALS 

Product Data : Submit manufacturer's product data, rot;^hing-in diagrams, and 
installation instructions for each type and si2e of overhead coiling grille. Incliide 
operating instructions and maintenance <teta. 

Shop Drgyjngs. Submit shop drawings for special components and installations -rhich 
are not fully dimensioned or detailed in manufacturers product data. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Provide each overhead coiling grille as a complete unit prodtjced by one manufacturer, 
including hardvare, accessories, mounting and installation components. 

Inserts and Anchorages: Furnish inserts and anchoring devices "rtiich must be set in 
concrete or built into masonry for installation of overhead coiling grille units. Provide 
setting drawigs, templates, instructions, and directions for installation of anchorage 
devices. Coordinate delivery vith other "vork to avoid delay. 

See concrete and masonry sections of these specifications for installation of inserts and 
anchorage devices. 



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PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

MANUFACTURERS 

AvsdlaMe Manufacturers: Subject to compliance lith requirements, manufacturers 
offering prod^Kts liiich may t>e incorporated in the -rork include, but are not limited 
to, the foUoiing: 

Alpine Overhead Doors, Inc. 

American Rolling Door Co. 

Apton Door, Div. of the Union Corp. 

Atlas Door Corp. 

The Cookson Company. 

Cornell Iron Vorks, Inc. 

Dynaflair Corp. 

Dynamic Closures Corp 

Kinnear Div., Harsco Corp. 

Horth American Rolling Door, Inc. 

Overhead Door Corp. 

Pacific Rolling D<x»r, Inc. 

South'vestern Steel Rolling Door Co. 

J.& VilsonCorp. 

Vindsor Door Div. - The Ceco Corp. 

GRILLE CURTAIN 

General . Fabricate grille curtain consisting of a net"iwk of 5/16" minimum diameter 
horizontal rods spaced e$>proxifflately 2" o.c. Interconnect rods by vertical links 
approximately 5/8" vide, spaced 8$)proximately 9" apart and rotating on the rods. 

Aluminum Grilles: ASTM B 221, vith clear, satin anodized finish. 

Bottom Bar: Manufacturer s standard extruded shape or wo angles, finished to match 

grille. 

End Locks: Continuous end links or other devices at ends of rods, locking and retaining 
grille ctrtoin in guides against eicessiTC pressxircs, maintaining CTjrtain alignment 
and preventing lateral movement. 

Guides: Manufacturer s standard extruded aluminum shape having curtain groove vith 
return lips or bars to retain curtain. Furnish pile strips, rigid vinyl liner, or other 
nonmetallic inserts to prevent metal-to-metal contact and minimize noise of travel. 
Furnish removable stops on gtiides to prevent overtravel of curtain. 



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COUHTERBALAMCING MECHANISM 

Coimterbalance grille by means of st^l helical torsion spring, mounted around a steel 
shaft and contained in a spring barrel, connected to curtain. Use grease-sealed ball 
bearings or self-lubricating graphite bearings for rotating members. 

Counterbalance: Hot-formed structural quality carbon steel, -welded or spatnless pipe, of 
sufficient diameter and vail thickness to stjpport the roll-up curtain vithout distortion 
and limit barrel deflection to not more than 0.03" per fbot of span under full load. 

Furnish spring balance of one or more oil-tempered, heat-treated steel helical torsion 
springs. Size springs to counterbalance veight of curtain, vith uniform anijustment 
etccessibie from ctitside barrel. Provide cast steel barrel plv^s to secure ends of springs 
to barrel and shaft. 

Fabricate torsion rod for counterbalance shaft of case-hardened st^l, sized to hold 
fixed spring ends and carry torsional load. 

Brackets: Manufacturer's standard design, either cast iron or cold-rolled steel plate. 

Hood: Form to entirely enclose coiled curtain and operating mechanism at opening 
head. Contour to suit end of brackets to vhich hood is attached. Roll and reinforce top 
end bottom edges for stiffness. Provide closed ends for surfeece-mounted hoods, and any 
portion of betveen-jamb mounting projecting beyond vail face. Provide intermediate 
support brcpjkets os required to prevent sag. 

Fabricate hoods for aluminum grilles of alloy !XK)3 aluminum sheet not less than 
0.032" thick, finished to match curtain. 

ELECTRIC GRn.LE OPERATORS 

General: Furnish electric operator assembly of size and ca5>acity recommended and 
provided by grille manufacturer; complete vith elective motor and factory-previred 
motor controls, gear reduction tmit, solenoid operated brake, remote control stations, 
and control devices. 

Provide hand-operated disconnect or mechanism for atJtomatically engaging a sprocket 
and chain operator and releasing brake for emergency mantial operation. Mount 
disconnect and operator so they are accessible from floor level. IncliKte an interlock 
device to automatically prevent motor from operating i^en emergency operator is 
engaged. 

Design operator so that motor may be removed vlthotJt disttirbing limlt-svltch 
adjtjstment and vithout affecting emergency auxiliary operator. 

Ot>eratQr Tvi>e: Furnish vail or bracket-mounted operator units consisting of electric 
motor, vorm gear drive from motor to reduction gear box, chain or vorm gear drive 
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release for manual operation. Provide motor and driye assembly of horsepoi^er and 
design as determined by manufacturer for size of unit reqtJired. 

Electric Motors: Provide high-starting torque, reversible, constant duty. Class A 
insulated electric motors vith overload protection, sized to move grille in either 
direction, from any position, at not less than 2/3" nor more than 1' per second. 

Crordinate liring requirements and current characteristics of motors "vith 
building electrical system. 

Provide open-drip-proof type motor, and controller vith NEHA Type I 
enclosure. 

Remote Control Station : Provide one interior momentary-contact, 3-button control 
station vith push button controls labeled "open", "close" and "stop" and one card 
actuated remote control station (card actiiated remote control station furnished and 
installed under Section 1 1 150 - Parking Control Equipment. 

Provide interior units, lockable, full-guarded type, surface-mounted, heavy- 
dvrty, vith general purpose NEMA Type 1 enclosure. 

Automatic Reverse Control: Provide each grille vith automatic safety svitch, extending 
full vidth of bottom, and located vithin neoprene or rubber astragal mounted to bottom 
rail. Contact vith svitch before fully closing vill immediately stop dovnvard travel 
and reverse direction to fully opened position. Connect to control circuit throxjgh 
retracting safety cord and reel or self-coiling cable. 

Provi<te electrically actuated automatic bottom bar. 



PART \ - EXECUTION 
INSTALLATION 

Install grilles and operating equipment complete vith necessary hardvare, in 
accordance vith final shop dravings, manufacturer's instructions, and as specified 
herein. 

Upon completion of installation including vork by other trades, lubricate, test and 
adjust grilles to operate easily, free from varp, tvist or distortion. 



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SECTIOW 08S20 - ALUMINUM WINDOWS 

PART 1 - GENERAL 

PFTATTD lyrTTMFWTy: 

Drawings an<J general provisions of the Contract, including General and 
Supplementary Conditions and Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to the iwk of 
this section. 

SUMMARY 

Extent of each type, grade and performance class of aluminum vindov units re<ruired is 
indicated on the dravings and schedules. 

Aluminum vindov units required are commercial grade of the performance 
class indicated. 

Types of aluminum vindov units required include the foUoving: 

Casement vindovs. 
Single-hung vindovs. 
Horizontal sliding 'vin<tovs. 
Fixed vindovs. 

Amplications of aluminum liindovs on the project incltide individual units set in 
conventional vail construction. 

DEFINITIONS 

Performance class number included as a part of the vindov designation system is the 
actual design pressure in pounds per sq. ft. used to determine the structural test 
pressure and "water test pressure. 

Structural test pressure, vindload test, is equivalent to 150 percent of the design 
pressure. 

Vater leakage resistance test t>ressure is equivalent to 15 percent of the design 
pressure vith 2.86 psf as a minimum . 

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 

Design Requirements: Comply lith air infiltration, irater penetration and striKtural 
performance requirements indicated in AAHA 101-85 for the type, grade and 
performance class of vindoY units required. 



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Design vind velocity at the project site is 70 mph. 
SUBMITTALS 

ShQt> Prayings: Submit shop dravlngs for each type of 'Kn<Jov incliKHng infonnaiion 
not fully ^tedle<l in the manufacturer s standard product data and the folloving: 

Elevations of contintious vork at 1 /4" scale. 

Typical unit elevations at 3/4" scale. 

Anchors 

Hardi'are. 

Operators. 

Accessories. 

Product Data. Submit manufacturer s product specifications, technical product data, 
recommendations and standard details for each type of alumintim vindov unit 
required. Include the foUoving information. 

Fabrication methods. 
Finishing. 
Hardware. 
Accessories. 

Certification : Provide certification by the manufacturer shoving that each type, grade 
and size of vin<fc)v unit complies liith requirements vhere the manufacturer's 
standard findov units have been tested in accordance ▼ith specified tests and meet 
performance requirements specified. Vhere such testing has not been accomplished, 
perform required tests throt^h a recognized testing laboratory or agency and provide 
certified test results. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Standards: Requirements for aluminum vindovs, terminology and standards of 
performance, and fabrication vorkmanship are those specified and recommended in 
AAMA 101-85 and e$>plicable general recommendation published by AAMA and AA. 

Single Source Rest>Qnsibility: Provide aluminum vindovs produced by a single 
manufacturer capable of shoving prior production of units similar to those required. 

Design Criteria: The draiings are based on a specific type and model of aluminitm 
vindoY by a single manufactrirer. An equivalent type of vindov by another listed 
manufacturer may be accepted provided that deviations in dimensions and profiles are 
minor and <to not materially detract from the design concept or intended performances 
as jvK^ed solely by the Architect. 



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PROIECT CONDITIONS 

Field Measurements : Vhere possible, check acmal vindov openings in constnjction 
VDTk by accurate field measurement before fabrication; shov recor<Jed measurements 
on final shop <]favings. Coordinate fabrication schedule vith constrtiction progress as 
directed by the Contractor to aroid delay of vork. ¥here necessary, proceed vith 
fabrication vithout field measurements, and coordinate fabrication tolerances to 
ensure proper fit of vindov units. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

MANUTACTURERS 

Manufacturers : Subject to compliance vith requirements, provide products of one of 
the foUoving: 

Casement Vin<tovs : 

Acorn Building Components, Inc. 4^ Series C-C45. 

Single-Hung Vindors : 

Acorn Building Components, Inc. 3400 Series DH-C45. 

Horizontal Sliding Vindovs : 

Acorn Building Components, Inc. 2300 Series HS-C30. 

Fixed Vindovs: 

Acorn Building Components, Inc. 257P Series F-C35. 

MATERIALS 

Altttoinum Extrusions: Provide alloy and temper recommended by the vindov 
manufacturer for the strength, corrosion-resistance, and amplication of required 
finish, but not less than 22,000 psi ultimate tensile strength and not less than 0.062" 
thickness at any location for main frame and sash members. 

Fasteners: Provide alvuDinum, non-magnetic stainless steel, epoxy adhesive , or other 
materials warranted by the manufacturer to be non-corrosive and compatible vith 
aluminum vindov members, trim, hardvare, anchors and other components of vindov 
units. 

Reinforcement : Vhere fasteners screv-anchor into aluminum less than 0.125" 
thick, reinforce interior vith aluminum or non-magnetic stainless steel to 

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receire screv threads, or provide standard non-corrosive pressed-in splined 
grommetnuts. 

Exposed Tasteners : Except ^ere unavoidable for applica.tion of hardrare, do 
not use exposed fasteners. For application of hardvare, use fasteners that match 
the finish of the member or hardware being fastened, as ejjpropriate. 

StJbsills, Anchors, Clips aod Vindoy Accessories : Fabricate subsills, anchors, clips and 
"vindov accessories of aluminum, non-magnetic stainless steel or hot-dip zinc coated 
steel or iron complying vith the re<iuirements of ASTM A J&b, provi<te sufficient 
strength to vithstand design pressure indicated. 

Compression Type Glazing Strips and Veatherstripping. Unless otherwise indicated, 
and at the manufacturer s option, provide compressible stripping for glazing and 
veatherstripping such as molded EPDM or neoprene gaskets complying vith AAMA SG- 
1 or vith ASTM D 2000 Designation 2H:415 to 3BC620, or molded PVC gaskets <»mplying 
vith ASTM D 2287, or molded expanded EPDM or neoprene gaskets complying vith ASTM 
C 509, Grade 4. 

Sliding Type Veatherstripping : Provide voven pile veatherstripping of vool, 
polypropylene or nylon pile and resin-impregnated becking fabric, and aluminum 
backing strip. Comply vith AAMA 701 2. 

Sealant: For sealants required vithin fabricated vindov units, provi<te type 
recommended by the manufacturer for joint size and movement. Sealant shall remain 
permanently elastic, non-shrinking, and non-migrating. Comply vith Division-7 
"Joint Sealants" section of these specifications for selection and installation of sealants. 

Vire Fabric Insect Screen : Provide 18 x 18, 18 x 16, or 18 x 14 mesh of 0.013" diameter 
coated aluminum vire, complying vith FS RR-V-365, Type VII. 

VIHDOV GRADES AND PERFORMANCE CLASSIFICATION 

Commercial ¥indovs : Provide vindov units complying vith requirements of AAMA 
Grade and Performance Class C30 (min.). 

VINDOV TYPES 

General : The folloving paragraphs define the operating arrangement for the types of 
sash required in vindov units and specify minimum provisions tor each type. The 
dravings indicate liiiich panels of each vindov unit are operable sash and vhich are 
fixed. 

Casement vindovs are vindov units containing ventilators that project otjtvard from 
the plane of the frame and are side hinged or pivoted at the jambs and sving about the 
vertical axis. Provide sash operation that provides access for cleaning. 



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Single-hung vindovs are vertically operating vindovs in vhich the i^Bight of the 
sash is offset by a counterbalancing mechanism mounted in the vindov. 

Horizontal-sliding irindovs are "windov units containing one or more horizontally- 
operable sash in a weathering frame. Provide vindov units vith sash that can be 
removed from the inside for cleaning. 

Fixed vlndovs are irlndov units consisting of a glazed frame installed into one opening 
and are not operable. 

HARDVARE 

General: Except to the extent that more specific or stringent requirements are 
indicated, provi<te the manufacturer's standard hardware fabricated from aluminum, 
stainless steel, or other corrosion-resistant material compatible with aluminum and of 
sufficient strength to perform the function for vhich it is intended. 

Four-bar friction hinges for casement windows shall comply with the 
requirements of AAMA 904.1 . 

Eriction Shoes : Provide friction shoes of nylon or other non-abrasive, non- 
staining, non-corrosive, durable materiel. 

CQuntert>eileincing mechenigm for angle-, double-, or triple- hung windows 
shall comply with the requirements of AAMA 9022. 

Gear-type rotary ot>erators for awning, casement and jalousie windows shall 
comply with the requirements of ASTM E 405, Method A, when subjected to the 
operating moments and closing torques indicated in AAMA 101-85 

Crank-TvT>e Operator: Equip the system with crank-type operator on each gear 
box shaft, with removable crank. Vhcre necessary, extend the crank shaft with 
universal joints and siq>port brackets to a suitable crank-mounting location not 
more than 3-8'' above the floor, with an oil-encased miter gear box. 

¥indow Types : 

Casement Vindows: Provide the following equipment and operating hardware: 

Operating Device : Concealed gear type rotary operator located on the 
jamb at the sill. 

Lock: Lift type cam action lock. 

Hinges: Extension hinges or pivots, non-frtction type (2 per sash). 

Limit Device: Stay bar with an adjustable hold-open device. 



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Single-Hung Vindjvs: Provide the foUo-ffing eqiupment and operating 
hardware: 

Sash Balances . Concealed xa$>e spring type balances of size and ca$>acity 
to hold sash stationary at any open position (2 pef sash). 

Sash Lock : Cam amotion sineep lock and keeper on the meeting rail. 
Horizontal-Sliding Vindo'ys : Provide the foUoving operating equipment and 
hardware: 

Sash Rollers: Adjustable nylon rollers. 

Sash Lock: Spring loa<ted bolt latch at jamb. 
rixed vindovs are inopei^le units. Except for special provisions as indicated 
for maintenance, cleaning and removal, no operating hardvare or eqtiipment is 
required. 

ACCESSORIES 

General: Except to the extent that more specific or stringent requirements are 
indicated, provide the manufacturer's standard accessories thai comply fith indicated 
standards including subsills, anchors, clips, etc. 

Insect Screens: Provide insect screen units for each operable exterior sash or vent. 
Locate screen units on either the insi<te or outside of the sash, depending t;q>on vin^tov 
type and location shovn. Vhere possible, design vindov units and hardvare to 
accommodate screens in a tight-fitting removable arrangement, vith a minimum of 
exposed fasteners and latches, and vithout the necessity of vickets for hardvare 
access. ¥here vickets are necessary, provide either sliding or hinged type, framed and 
trimmed for durability dxtring handling, and for a tight fit. 

Fabricate screen frames of extruded or formed aluminum tubular-shaped 
members of 0.040' minimum vail thickness, vith mitered or coped joints and 
concealed mechanical fasteners. Provide removable PVC spline-anchor 
concealing the e*fee of the screen frame. Finish frames to match vindov units, 
vmless othervise indicated. 

Veatherstript>ing : Provide sliding-type vraitherstripping at locations irtiere sash rails 
slide horizontally or vertically along the unit frame. Unless othervise indicated, 
provide double compression-type veatherstripping at the perimeter of each operating 
sash iliere sliding-type veatherstripping is not appropriate. 

Provide veatherstripping locked-in to extruded grooves in the sash. 



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FABRICATION 

General: Except to the extent that more specific or stringent reqijirements are 
indicated, provl<)e manufacturer's stan<]arO fabrication that complies vlth in<]icate<} 
standar<]s and that produces units that are reglazable vithout dismantling sash 
framing. Include a complete system for assembly of components and anchorage of 
vindov toiits, and prepare sash for glazing except i^ere preglazing at the factory is 
indicated. 

Sizes and Profiles : Required si2es for vindov units and profile requirements are 
indicated on the dravings. Variable dimensions are indicated along vith maximum and 
minimum dimensions as required to achieve design requirements and coordination 
vith other vork. 

Details shovn are based iq>on standard details by one or more manufacturers. 
Similar details by other manufacturers vill be acceptable, provided they comply 
vith size reqtiirements, minimum /maximum profile requirements, and 
performance standards as indicated or specified. 

Thermal-B reak Construction : Fabricate aluminum vindov units vith an integrally 
concealed Icrv conductance thermal barrier, located betveen exterior materials and 
vindov members exposed on the interior, in a manner that eliminates direct metal- to- 
metal contact. Provide thermal-break constrtjction vhich has been in use for not less 
than 3 years, has been tested to demonstrate resistance to thermal conductaact and 
condensation, and has been tested to shov adequate strength and secxirity of glass 
retention. 

Provide veepholes and internal vater passages to conduct infiltrating vater to the 
exterior. 

PrQvi<te subframes vith anchors for vindov units vhere shovn, of profile and 
dimensions indicated but not less than 0.062" thick extruded aluminum. Miter or cope 
comers, and veld and dress smooth vith concealed mechanical joint fasteners. Finish 
to match vindov units. 

Provide mullions and cover plates as shovn, matching vindov units, complete vith 
anchors for support to structure and installation of vindov tjnits. Allov for erection 
tolerances and provide for movement of vindov vuiits due to thermal expansion and 
building defiections, in the manner indicated. 

Glazing StQt>s: Provide screv-applied or sna5>-on glazing stops, coordinated vith glass 
selection and glazing system indicated. Finish glazing stops to match vindov units. 

Preglazing Fabrication: Preglaze vindov units at the factory nrherc possible and 
practical for applicatiotis indicated. Comply vith glass and glazing requirements of the 
"Glass and Glazing" sections of these specifications, and AAMA 101-85. Provide 
manufactttrer's standard insulated glazing but in no case less than 5/8' insulating 
glass. 



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FINISHES 



Orgaaaic Coaling: Provide shop-85>plie<J organic coating of the type and color indicated 
or selected by the Architect, tested and certified by the vindov manufacturer to comply 
vith AAMA 6036. 

Provide the manufiacturer's electrolytically applied, vhite, baked-on acrylic or 
polyester enamel coating of 1.5 mils dry film thickness. Apply coating over 
manufacturer's standard substrate preparation including chromate conversion 
coating. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 
INSPECTION 

Inst>ect openings before beginning installation. Verify that rov^h or masonry 
opening is correct and the sill plate is level. 

Masonry surfaces shall be visibly dry and free of excess mortar, sand and other 
construction debris. 

Metal surfaces shall be dry, clean, free of grease, oil, dirt, rust and corrosion, 
and velding slag, vithout sharp edges or offsets at joints. 

INSTALLATIOH 

Comt>ly vith manufacturer's specifications and recommendations for installation of 
vindo V units, hardware, opet^tot^, and other components of the vork . 

Set units plumb, level, and true to line, lithout varp or rack of frames or sash. Provide 
proper s\;Q>port and anchor securely in place. 

Separate aluminum and other corrodible surfaces from sources of corrosion or 
electrolytic action at points of contact with other materials by complying vith 
the re<iuirements specified under paregrfi$>h "Dissimilar Materials" in the 
Appendix to AAMA 101-85- 

Set sill members and other members in a bed of compound or lith joint fillers or 
gaskets, as shoiTi, to provide veathertight construction. Refer to the 'Joint Sealer' 
sections of Division-? for compoun<b, fillers, and gaskets to be installed concurrently 
vith vindov units. Coordinate installation Tith i^all flashings and other components 
ofthevork. 

Compounds, joint fillers and gaskets to be installed after installation of vin<tov 
units are specified as Tork in another section in Division-?. 



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ADTUSTIHG 

Adjust operating sash and hardware to provide a tight fit at contact points and at 
'veatherstripping, for smooth operation and a veathertight closure. 

CLEANING 

Clean aluminum surfaces promptly after installation of vindovs. Exercise care to avoid 
damage to protective coatings and finishes. Remove excess glazing and sealant 
compounds, dirt and other substances. Lubricate hardware and other moving parts. 

Clean glass of preglezed units promptly after installation of iindo"rs; comply vith 
requirements of the "Glass and Glazing" section for cleaning and maintenance. 

PROTECTIOH 

Initiate and maintain protection and other precautions required through the 
remainder of the construction period, to ensure that, except for normal -veathering, 
findov units vill be free of damage or deterioration at the time of substantial 
completion. 



END OF SECTION 06520 



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SECTION 06710 - FINISH HARDWARE 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dravings «!<} general provisions of Contract, inclVKfing General and S\;q>i>lementary 
Conditions and Division- 1 Si>ecification sections, apply to the vork of this section. 

DESCRIPTION OF VORK 

Definition: "Bmlders" Hardvare" includes items knovn commercially as builders 
hardvare vhich are required for sving, sliding and folding <toors, except special types 
of unique and non-matching hardvare specified in the same section as the door and 
door frame. 

Extent of finish hardirare required is indicated on drawings and in schedules. 

Tyi>es of finish hardvare required include the foUoving: 

Hinges 

Spring hinges 

Lock cylinders and keys 

Lock and latch sets 

Bolts 

Ptish/pull units 

Bi-fold <toor hardvare 

Closers 

Door trim units 

Protection plates 

Veatherstripping for exterior Akws 

Thresholds 

Silencers included integral vith hollov metal frames are specified vith door frames 
elsevhere in Division-8. 

Veatherstriooing incltJded integral vith hollov metal frames is specified vith door 
frames elsevhere in Division-8. 

Thresholds for insulated metal doors are specified vith entrance doors elsevhere in 
Division-8. 

Exi>ansion joints acting as thresholds are si>ecified in Division-5. 

Finished hardvare for insulated metal doors is specified elsevhere in Division-8. 



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QUALITY ASSURANCE 

ManufactiM-er: Obtain each type of hardware (latch and lock sets, hinges, closers, etc.) 
from only one manufacturer, althoi^h several may be indicated as offering products 
complying vith requirements. 

Fire-Rated Openings : Provi<te hardvare for fire-rated openings in compliance vith 
NFPA Standard No. &0 and local building co<te requirements. Provide only hardware 
vhich has been tested and listed by UL or FM for types and sizes of dtwrs required and 
complies "vith requirements of door and door frame labels. 

SUBMITTALS 

Product Data : Submit manufacturers technical product data for each item of hardware 
in accordance vith Division- 1 section "Submittals". Include vhatever information may 
be necessary to shov compliance -wth requirements, and inclvide instructions for 
installation and for maintenance of operating parts and finish. 

Hardvare Schedule : Submit final hardvare schedule in manner indicated belov. 
Coordinate hardvare vith doors, frames and related vork to ensure proper size, 
thickness, hand, function and finish of hardvare. 

Final Hardvare Schedule Content: Based on finish hardvare indicated, organize 
hardvare schedule into "hardvare sets" indicating complete designations of 
every item required for each door or opening. Include the foUoving 
infoiTiiation: 

Type, style, function, size and finish of each hardvare item. 

Name and manufacturer of each item. 

Fastenings and other pertinent information. 

Location of hardvare set cross-referenced to indications on Dravings 
both on floor plans and in door and frame schedule. 

Explanation of all abbreviations, symbols, codes, etc. contained in 
schedule. 

Mounting locations for hardvare. 

Door and frame sizes and materials. 

Submittal Sequence : Submit schedule at earliest possible date particularly vhere 
acceptance of hardvare schedule mvist precede fabrication of other vork (e.g., hoUov 
metal frames) vhich is critical in the project construction schedule. IncliKte vith 
schedule the prodxxt data, samples, shop dravings of other vork affected by finish 



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hardveire. and other information essential to the coordinated reviev of hardware 
schedule. 

Keying Schedule : Stibmit separate detailed schediile indicating clearly hov the 
Ovner's final instructions on keying of locks has been fulfilled. 

Templates : Furnish hardvare templates to each fabricator of doors, frames and other 
vork to be factory-prepared for the installation of hardirare. Upon request, check 
shop drawings of such other vork, to confirm that adequate provisions are made for 
proper location and installation of hardvare. 

PRODUCT HANDLIKG 

Tag each item or t>ackage separately, vith identification related to final hardware 
schedule, and include basic installation instructions vith each item or package. 

Packaging of herdvare, is responsibility of siq>plier. As material is received by 
hardware supplier from various manufacturers, sort and repackage in containers 
clearly marked vith 8$>propriate hardware set number to match set numbers of 
approved hardvare schedule. Tiro or more identical sets may be packed in same 
container. 

Inventory hardvare jointly vith representatives of the hardvare supplier and the 
hardvare installer until each is satisfied that the count is correct. 

Deliver individually packaged hardvare items at the proper times to the proper 
locations (shop or project site) for installation. 

Provide secure lock-uo for hardvare delivered to the project, but not yet installed. 
Control handling and installation of hardvare items i^ich are not immediately 
replaceable, so that completion of the vork vill not be delayed by hardvare losses, both 
before end after installation. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
SCHEDULED HARDVARE 

Requirements for design, grade, function, finish, size and other distinctive qrjalities of 
each type of finish hardvare is indicated in the Finish Hardvare Data Sheet and 
Hardvare Schedule at the end of this section. ProdtKts are Identified by using hardvare 
designation numbers of the folloving. 

Manufacturer's product designations: One or more manufacturers are listed for 
each hardvare type required. An asterisk (*) after a manufacturer s name 
indicates vhose product designation is used in the Hardvare Schedule for 
purposes of establishing minimum requirements. Provide either the product 

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designated, or, vhere more than one manufoDturer is listed, the comparable 
product of one of the other manufacturers vhich comply vith reqvurements 
including those specified elsevhere in this section. 

MATCRIALS AND FABRICATION 

General: 

Hand of door: Drawings shov direction of slide, sving or hand of each door leaf, 
lumish each item of hardware for proper installation and operation of door movement 
asshovn. 

Base Metals : Produce hardvare units of basic metal and forming method indicated, 
lising manufacturer's standard metal alloy, composition, temper and hardness, but in 
no case of lesser (commercially recognized) quality than specified for the e^licable 
hard^^are units by 8$>plicable ANSI A 156 series stan<terd for each type hardware item 
end lith ANSI A 156. 18 for finish designations indicated. Do not fiffnish "optional" 
materials or forming methods for those indicated, except as othervise specified. 

Fasteners: Provide hardware manufactured to conform to ptjblished templates, 
generally prepared for machine screv installation. Do not provide hardware "rhich has 
been prepared for self- tapping sheet metal screvs, except as specifically indicated. 

Furnish screvs for installation, vith each hardware item. Provi<te Phillips flat-head 
screvs except as othervise indicated. Finish exposed (exposed under any condition) 
screws to match hardvare finish or, if exposed in surfaces of other vork, to match 
finish of such other vork as closely as possible, incli»ding "prepared for paint" in 
surfaces to receive painted finish. 

Provide concealed fasteners for hardvare vmits "iliich are exposed ^iien door is closed, 
except to extent no standard units of the type specified are available vith conc^ed 
fasteners. Do not use thru-bolts for installation -^^ere bolt head or nut on the opposite 
face is exposed in other vork, except irtiere it is not feasible to adequately reinforce the 
vork. In such cases, provide sleeves for each thru-bolt or use sex screv fasteners. 

Tools and Maintenance Instructions for Maintenance : Furnish a complete set of 
specialized tcwls and maintenance instructions as needed for Ovner's continued 
ariiustment, maintenance, and removal and replacement of finish hardvare. 

HINGES, BUTTS AND PIVOTS : 

Templates : Except for hinges and pivots to be installed entirely (both leaves) into vrod 
doors and frames, provide only template-produced units. 

Screvs: Furnish Phillips flat-head or machine screvs for installation of itnits, except 
furnish Phillips Hat-head or vood screvs for installation of tmits into vood. Finish 
screv heads to match surface of hinges or pivots. 



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Hinge Pins : Except as othervise indicated, provide hinge pins as follovs. 

Steel Hinges: Steel pins. 

Non-ferrous Hinges : Stainless steel pins. 

Exterior Doors: Non-removable pins. 

Interior Doors: Non-rising pins. 

Tips: Flat button and matching pli^ finished to match Iranres, except -vhere 
hospital tip (HT) indicated 

Number of hinges : Provide number of hinges indicated but not less than 3 
hinges for door leaf for <k>ors 90' or less in height and one additional hinge for 
each JO" of additional height. 

LOCK CYLINDERS AND KEYING 

General : Supplier vill meet "vith Ovner to finalize keying requirements and obtain 
final instructions in vriting. 

Standard System : Except as othervise indicated, provi<te nev masterkey system for 
project. 

Equip locks vlth manufacturer s stan<teird 6-pin tumbler cylin<ters. 

Available Manufacturers: Subject to compliance vlth requirements, 
manufacturers offering products vhich may be incorporated in the 'rork 
incliKte, but are not limited to, the following: 

Hardware Division, Emhart Industries, Inc. 

Medeco Security Locks, Inc. 

Sargent and Company, Div. Valter Kidde & Co. 

Metals: Construct lock cylinder parts from brass/bronze, stainless steel or nickel 
silver. 

Comply vith Owner's instructions for masterkeying and, except as othenise indicated, 
provide individual change key for each lock vhich is not designated to be keyed alike 
vith a groiq> of related locks. 

Permanently inscribe each key irith number or lock that identifies cylinder 
manufacturer key symbol, end notation "DO NOT DUPLICATE". 



Key Material: Provide keys of nickel silver only. 



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Key Quantity: Furnish 3 keys for each lock. 5 master keys for each master system; and 5 
grandmaster keys for each grandmaster system. 

Deliyer keys to Ovner's representative. 

LOCKS. LATCHES AND BOLTS 

Strikes: Proyide manufacturer s standard vrought tx)x strike for each latch or lock 
txjlt, 'CTth ciinred lip extended to protect frame, finished to match hardware set. 

Provide standard (Qt>en) strike plates for interior doors of residential units 
vhere vcod door frames are used 

Provide diist-prcmf strikes for foot bolts, except vhere special threshold 
construction provides non-recessed strike for t>olt. 

Lock Throv : Provide 5/8" minimum throv of latch and deadt>olt used on pairs of doors. 
Comply vith UL requirements for throv of bolts and latch bolts on rated fire openings. 

Provide 1 /2" minimum throv on other latch and deadlock bolts. 

Rush Bolt Heads : Minimum of 1/2" diameter rods of brass, bronze or stainless steel, 
vith minimum 12" long rod for <toors up to 7-0" in height. Provide longer rods as 
necessary for doors exceeding 7"-0" in height. 

PUSH /PULL UNITS 

Exposed Fasteners: Provide manufacturer's standard exposed fasteners for installation; 
throv^h-bolted for matched pairs, but not for single tjnits. 

CLOSERS AND DOOR CONTROL DEVICES 

Size of Units: Except as othervise specifically indicated, comply vith the 
manufacturer's recommendations for size of door control unit, depending t;^>on size of 
door, exposure to veather and anticipated frequency of use. 

Vhere parallel arms are indicated for closers, provide closer tmit one size 
larger than recommended for use vith standard arms. 

Access-Free Manual Closers : Vhere manual closers are indicated for doors required to 
be accessible to the physically h8ndic8$>ped, proYi<te adjustable units complying vith 
ANSI A 1 17.1 provisions for door opening force and delayed action closing. 



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DOOR TRIM UNITS 

Fasteners: Provi<te manufacturer's standard exposed fasteners for door trim units (kick 
plates, e<^e trim, vie vers, knockers, mail drops and similar units); either machine 
screvs of self-tapping screv. 

Fabricate e<tee trim of stainless steel, not more than 1 /2" nor less than 1 /16" smaller in 
length than door dimension. 

Fabricate protection plates (armor, kick or mop) not more than 1-1/2" less than door 
vidth on stop side and not more than 1 /2" less than door vidth on pull side, x the height 
indicated. 

Metal Plates: Stainless steel .050' (US. 18 ga.). 

HARDVARE FOR BI-FOLD DOORS 

General: Provi<te manufacturer's standard hardvare for interior bi-fold doors irtiich 
are not furnished as a "package" complete lith hardirare. 

Operating Hardvare: Provide manufacturer s complete sets, consisting of overhead 
extruded aluminum track, captive nylon shoe or roller guides, rubber bumpers in 
truck, adjustable pivots, hinges and door aligners; all d^gned to accommo-tete the 
number, size, thickness and veight of door leaves indicated. 

Provide light duty acts, designed for leaves "weighing vq> to 25 lbs. per door. 
Trim Hardvare : Provide items as foUovs as needed for operating bi-fold doors: 

Pulls: Manufacturer's standard pull, one per pair of leaves. 

¥£ATHERSTRIPPING 

General: Except as othervise indicated, provide contintx)us veatherstripping at «(Ch 
e^e of every exterior door leaf. Provide type, sizes and profiles shovn or scheduled. 
Provide non-corrosive fasteners as recommended by manufacturer for aj>plication 
indicated. 

Replaceable Seal Strips: Provide only those units vhere resilient or flexible seal strip 
is easily replaceable and r-eadily available from stocks maintained by manufacturer. 

Veatherstripping at .fembs and Heads : 

Provide bumper-type resilient insert and metal retainer strips, surface-a$>plied unless 
shovn as mortised or semi-mortised, of foUoving metal, finish and resilient bumper 
material: 



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Flexible, hollo v neoprene bulb or loop insert, conforming to MIL R MI55- Class 
IL Grade 40. 

Flexible bulb or loop insert of vinyl, conforming to MIL R 6055, Class II, Grade 
40. 

Brush pile insert of polypropylene or nylon "woyen pile and aluminum strip 
backing, complying vith AAHA 701 .2. 

Veatherstripping at Door Bottoms: 

Provide threshold consisting of contact type resilient insert and metal housing of 
design and size shovn; of following metal, finish, and resilient seal strip: 

Extruded altiminum vith natural anodized finish; O.^Z" minimum thickness of 
main vails and flanges. 

Flexible vinyl viper or sveep seal strip complying vith CS 2^^>-60. 

THRESHOLDS 

General : Except as othervise indicated provide standard metal threshold unit of type, 
size and profile as shovn or scheduled. 

Exterior Hinged /Pivoted Doors : Provide units not less than 4" vide, formed to 
accommodate change in floor elevation vhere indicated, fabricated to accommodate 
door hardvare and to fit door frames, and as follovs: 

For in-svinging doors provi<te units vith interlocking lip and interior drain 
channel; include hook on bottom edge of door and drain pen. 

For Qutsvinging doors provide xjaits vith interlocking lip and vith hook on 
bottom edge of <toor to act as veather bar. 

For out-svinging doors provide rabbeted type units vith replaceable 
veatherstrip insert in stop. 

HARDVARE FINISHES 

Provide matching finishes for hardvare units at each door or opening, to the greatest 
extent possible, and except as othervise indicated. Redtice differences in color and 
texttires as much as commercially possible vhere the base metal or metal forming 
process is different for individvial units of hardvare exposed at the same door or 
opening. In general, match items to the manufacturer's standard finish for the latch 
and lock set (or ptish-ptill tmits if no latch-lock sets) for color and texture. 

Provide finishes vhich match those established by BHHA or, if none established, match 
the Architect's sample. 



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ProYJ^ <nialitY of finish, including thickness of plating or coating (if any), 
composition, hardness and other qualities complying vith manufacturer's standards, 
t>vit in no case less than specified for the applicable units of hardware by referenced 
stan<terds. 

Provi<te protective lacquer coating on all exposed hardvare finishes of brass, bronze 
and aluminum, except as otherwise indicated. The suffix "-NL" is used vith standard 
finish designations to indicate "no lacquer". 

The designations used in schedviles and elsevhere to indicate hardvare finishes are the 
industry-recc^nized standard commercial finishes, except as othenise noted. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 

IHSTALLATIOH 

Mount hardvare units at heights indicated in "Recommen<ted Locations for Builders 
Hardvare for Standard Steel Itoors and Frames" by the Door and Hardvare Institute, 
except as specifically indicated or required to comply vith governing regulations, and 
except as may be othervise directed by Architect. 

Moxmt hardvare units at heights indicated in "Recommended Locations for Btnlders 
Hardvare for Custom St^l Doors and Frames" by the Door and Hardvare Institute, 
except is specifically indicated or required to comply vith governing regulations and 
except as othervise directed by Architect. 

Install each hardvare item in compliance vith the manufacttirer's instnictions and 
recommendations. Vherever cutting and fitting is required to install hardvare onto or 
into stirfaces vhich are later to be painted or finished in another vay, coordinate 
removal, storage and reinstallation or application of surface protections vith finishing 
vork specified in the Division-9 sections. Do not install siu^ace-mounted items until 
finishes have been completed on the substrate. 

Set units level, plumb and trtje to line and location. Adjust and reinforce the attachment 
substrate as necessary for proper installation and operation . 

Drill and countersink units vhich are not factory-prepared for anchorage fasteners. 
Space fasteners and anchors in accordance vith industry standards. 

Set thresholds for exterior doors in full bed of bmyl-rubber or polyisobtitylene mastic 
sealant. 



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AD lUST AND CLEAN 

A<iiust and check each operatii^ item of hardvare and each door, to ensure proper 
operation or function of every unit. Replace laiits vhich cannot be adjusted to operate 
freely and smoothly as intended for the 8$>plic8ition made. 

Clean adjacent surfaces soiled by hard-vare installation. 

Instn>ct Ovner's Personnel in proper adjustment and maintenance of hardware and 
hardvare finishes, during the final adjustment of hardvare. 



PART FOUR - HARDWARE SCHEDULE 
Sn NO. KDoor No. 

Passage Set; Schlage AlOS-605-Leyon. 
Butts: 1 1 /2 pr. Hager '1279 - 3" 1 3" 606. 

sn NO. 2 (Door No. 2) 

Privacy Set; Schlage; A40S-605-LevDn. 
Butts: 1 1/2 pr. Hager *1279 -TxT 606. 

SET NO. 3 (Door No. 3) 

Lockset: Schlage HI 10-605-Levon. 
Butts: 1 l/2pr.Hager*1250-4"x4°606. 
Viewrs: Ivo (2) Ives U697. 
Floor Stop: H J. Ives *436 (Brass). 

Sn NO. 4 (Door No. 4. b. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10) 

Bifold Hardirare: LI. Johnson ProdtKts, Inc. 1700 series. 

sn NO. 5 (Door No. 11) 

Passage Set: Schlage A 1(B-605-Plymouth. 
Butts: 1 l/2pr.Hager*1279-3"x3"606. 

Sn NO. 6 (Door No. 12. 13) 

Privacy Set: Schlage A40S-605-Plymouth. 
Butts: 1 1 /2 pr. Hager *1279 - 3" x 3" 606. 



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SET HO. 7 (Poor No. 14) 

Privacy Set: SchlageHllO-605-LeYon. 
Bum: 1 l/2pr.H8ger*1250-4"x4"606. 
Vie-TOT: One (1 ) H.B. Ives U697. 
Floor Stop: EB. Ives *436 (Brass). 

SET HO. 8 (Door Ho. 15. 16) 

Hard^rare by Door Si^plier. 

SET HO. 9 (Door Ho. 17) 

Passage Set: Schlage AlOS-605-Levon. 

Butts: n/2pr.HagerBB1279-41/2"x41/2"606. 

Closer: Norton *1603.GB. 

Sn NO. 10 (Door No. 18) 

Lockset: Schlage D25D-605-Le von. 

Butts: 1 l/2pr.HagerBB1279-4 1/2"x41/2"606. 

Closer: Norton *160>GB. 

SCTNO. 11 (Door No. 19) 

Lockset: Schlage HI 10-605-Le von. 

Butts: ll/2pr.HagerBB1279-4 1/2"x4 1/2"606. 

Closer: Norton *1603-GB. 

Viever: One (1 ) H£. Ives D697. 

Floor Stop: HB. Ives *i% (Brass) 

Sn NO. 12 (Door Ho. 20, 21) 

Passage Set: Schlage D10S-MI5-Levon 

Butts: 1 l/2pr.HagerBB1279-41/2"x41/2"606. 

Closer: Horton *160>GB. 

SET HO. 13 (Door Ho. 22) 

Lockset: Schlage K6(B2-626-*61 Lever 

Bvrtts: 1 l/2pr.HagerBB1191-41/2"x41/2"626 

Closer: Norton *1604-AL. 



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RT.T NO 14 (T)nnr No. 23, 2A 26. 27, 28) 

Lockset Schlage D70PD-626-Plymouth Knurled 
mm. 1 1/2 pr.Hager BB1191 - 4 1/2" x 4 1/2" 626. 
Closer: Norton * 1603- AL. 

SET NO. 15 (Door No. 25) 

Passage Set: Sclrilage DlOS-626-Levon 

Butts: 11 /2 pr . Hag.er BBl 191-4 1 /2" x 4 1 /^ 626 

Closer: Norton •'1 603- AL. 

SET NO. 16 (Door Ho. 29) 

Loctcset: Schlage K6082P-626-*61 Lever 

Butts: 1 1 /2 pr. Hager BBl 191 - 4 1 /2" x 4 1 /^ 626 

Closer: Norton *1 603- AL. 

SET NO. 17 (Door No. 31) 

Lockset: Schlage K6453P-626-*61 Lever 

Butts: 1 1/2 pr. Hager BBl 191 - 4 1/2" x 4 1/2" 626 

Closer: Norton *16'03-AL. 

SET NO. 18 (Door No. 32) 

Lockset: Schlage K6453P-605-*61 Lever 

Butts: 1 1 /2 pr. Hager BBl 191-4 1 /2" x 4 1 /2" 606 

Qoser: Norton *1603-OB. 

SET NO. 19 (Door No. 33) 

Lockset v/ electric release: Schlage D80PDEU-60!>-Levon 
Butts: 1 1 /2 pr. Hager BBl 191 -4 1/2" X 4 1/2" 606 
Qoser: Norton *1603-GB. 

SET NO 20 (Door No. 34) 



Lockset: Schlage K:6060P-60>*61 Lever 

Butts: ll/2pr.HagerBB1191-4 1/2"x4 1/2"606 

^^YzJp^r''%o^^f*%2\ v/ Key retractor chain only, prepared for postal service 
lock, gold finish, for recessed mounting in 3"H x 4 3/4"¥ x 1 3/4"D opening. 



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SET HO. 21 (Door Ho. 3j) 

Lockset: Schlsge D70PD-60!>-Plymouth Knurled 
Buns: 1 1 /2 pr, Hager BE1279 - 4 1 /2" x 4 1 12" 606. 

SET NO 22 (Door No. 36) 

Lockset: Schlage K60S2P-605-*61 Le^J^r 

Butts: 1 1 /2 pr. Hager BBl 191-4 1 12" x 4 1 /2" 606 

Closer: Norton *1604-GB. 

SET NO. 23 (Door No. 37) 

Passage Set: Schlage D10S-60>Levon 

Butts: 1 1 /2 pr . Hager BBl 279 - 4 1 /2" x 4 1 /2" 606 

Floor Stop: H.B. Ives *436 (Brsss) 

SET HO. 24 (Door No. 40) 

Lockset: Schlage D10S-605-Pl^'mouth Knurled 
Butts: 1 1/2 pr. Hager BE 12^0 - 4" x 4" 606 

SET HO. 25 (Door Ho. 41) 

Lockset : Schlage H 1 1 0-feOS-Levon 
Butts: 1 1 !2 pr. Hager 12!)0 - 4" x 4" 606 
Viever: One H.B. Ives U697 

SET NO. 26 (Door No. 43) 

Lockset: Schlage K6453P-60!-.-*61 Lever 

Butts: 1 1 11 pr. Hager BBl 191 - 4 1 /2" x 4 1 12" 606 

Closer: Norton 1604-GB. 



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SECTION 06800 - GLASS AND GLAZIMG 

PART 1 -GENERAL 

RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drivings «m<3 general proYisions of Contract, incliiding General and Supplementary 
Coiiditiciti.^ aijd Division-1 Specification sections, apply to vork of this section. 

SUMMARY 

Extent of glass and glazing vork is indicated on dravings and schedules. 

Types of "work in this section include glass and glazing for: 

Vindov units, not indicated as "preglazed". 

Entrances and other <toors, not indicated as "preglazed". 

Miff Of glass is specified in Division- 10. 

SYSTEM DESCRIPTIOH 

Provide glass and glazing that has been produced, fabricated and installed to vithstand 
normal thermal movement, vind loading and impact loading (vhere applicable), 
vithout failure including loss or breakage of glass, failure of sealants or gaskets to 
remain vatertight and airtight, deterioration of glass and glazing materials and other 
defects in the %ork. 

Normal thermal movement is defined as that resulting from an ambient 
temperature range of 120 deg. F (67 deg. C) and from a consequent temperature 
range "wthin glass and glass framing members of IS) deg. F (100 deg. C). 

Deterioration of instilating glass is defined as failure of hermetic seal due to 
other causes than breakage i^ich results in intrTH'^ of ■^-^ '^ rr~-*'T-e, 
internal condeiiSdtion or ft^sing, deterioration of protected internal glass 
coating, if any, resulting ffom seal failtjre, and any other visual evidence of 
seal failure or performance. 

SUBMIHALS 

Product Data: Submit manufacturer's technical data for each glazing material and 
fabrication glass prodi>ct required, including installation and maintenance 
instructions. 



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Certificate. Submit certificates from respective manufactiirers attesting that glass and 
glozing materials furnished for project comply vith requirements. 

Separate certification -rill not be required for glazing materials bearing 
manufacturer's permanent labels designating type and thic kness of glass, 
provided labels represent a quality control prc^ram involving a recognized 
certification agency or independent testing laboratory acceptable to authorities 
having jurisdiction. 

Compatibility and Adhesion Test Report : Submit statement from sealant manufacturer 
indicating that glass and glazing materials have been tested for compatibility and 
adhesion vith glazing sealants and inteiT>reting test results relative to material 
performance, including recommendations for primers and substrate preparation 
needed to obtain adhesion. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Glazing Standards: Comply "vith recommendations of flat Glass Marketing Association 
(FGMA) "Glazing Manual" and "Sealant Manual" except f*ere more stringent 
requirements are indicated. Refer to those publications for definitions of glass and 
glazing terms not otherwise defined in this section or other referenced standards. 

Safety Glazing Stan«terd : Vherc safety glass is indicated or required by authorities 
having jurisdiction, provide type of products indicated vhich comply vith ANSI Z97.1 
and testing requirements of 16 CFR Part 1201 for category II materials. 

Ins\ilating Glass Certification Pr o g r am : Provide insulating glass units permanently 
marked either on spacers or at least one component pane of units inth appropriate 
certification label of inspecting and testing organization indicated belov: 

Insulating Glass Certification Council (IGCC). 

Associated Laboratories, Inc. (ALI). 

Single Source Responsibility For Glass: To enstire consistent quality of appearance and 
performance, provide materials produced by a single manufacturer or fabricator for 
each kind and condition of glass indicated and composed of primary glass obtained from 
a single source for each type and class required. 

DELIVERY. STORAGE, AND HANDLING 

Protect glass and glazing materials during delivery, storage and handling to comply 
▼ith manufacturer's directions and as required to prevent edge <temage to glass, and 
damage to glass and glazing materials from effects of moisture including condensation, 
of temperattire changes, of direct exi>ostire to sun, and from other causes. 



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PRO lECT CONDITIONS 

Environmental Conditions: Do not i>rocee<l vith glazing vhen ambient and substrate 
temperature conditions are outsi<te the limits permitted by glazing material 
manufacturer or liiien joint svibstrates are vet due to rain, frost, condensation or other 
causes. 

Install liquid sealants at ambient and substrate temperatures aboye 40 deg. r (4.4 
deg.C). 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
MANUTACTURERS 

Ayailable Manufacturers : Subject to compliance vith requirements, manufacttirers 
offering products vhich may be incorporated in the vork include; but are not limited 
to, thefoUoving: 

Honufocturers: Subject to compliance vith requirements, provide products of one of 
the folloving: 

Manufacturers of Clear and Tinted Float Glass : 

AFG IndtKtries, Inc. 
Ford Glass Division. 
Gviardian Industries Corp. 
LOF Glass, Inc. 
PPG Industries, Inc. 
Saint-Gobain/Euroglass. 

Manufacturers of Heat-Treated Glass : 

AFG Industries, Inc. 

Cardinal IG. 

Environmental Glass Products. 

Falconer Glass Industries. 

Ford Glass Division. 

Guardian Industries Corp. 

Hordis Brothers, Inc. 

LOF Glass, Inc. 

PPG Industries, Inc. 

Seint-Gobain /Euroglass . 

Spectnim Glass Prod. Div., H Ji. Robertson Co. 

Viracoft, Inc. 



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Manufacturers of Insulating Glass: 

Advanced Ccaling Technology. 

ATG Industries, Inc. 

CardinallG. 

EnYironmental Glass Products. 

Falconer Glass Industries. 

Ford Glass Division. 

Guardian Indvistries Corp. 

Hordis Brothers, Inc. 

Independent Insulating Glass. 

PPG Industries, Inc. 

Spectnm Glass Prod. Div., H JI. Robertson Co. 

Viracon, Inc. 

Manufacturers of Vire Glass: 

AfG Industries, Inc. 

Guardian Industries Corp. 

Hordis Brothers, Inc. 

Pilkington Sales (North America) Limited. 

GLASS PRODUCTS, GENERAL 

Primary Glass Standard : Provide primary glass vhich complies vith ASTM C 10^ 
requirements, including those indicated by reference to type, class, quality, and if 
applicable, form, finish, mesh and pattern 

Heat-Treated Glass Stan<terd : Provide heat-treated glass "rtiich complies vith ASTM C 
1048 reqijirements, including those indicated by reference to kind, condition, type, 
quality, class, and, if 85>plicable, form, finish, and pattern. 

Sizes: Fabricate glass to sizes reqtiired for glazing openings indicated, frith edge 
clearances and tolerances complying vith recommendations of glass manufacturer. 
Provide thicknesses indicated or, if not othervise indicated, as recommended by glass 
manufacturer for 6$>plioation indicated. 

PRIMARY GLASS PRODUCTS 

Clear Float Glass: Type L (transparent glass, flat). Class 1, Quality q3 (glazing select). 

Vired Glass: Type II (patterned and fired glass, flat). Class 1 (translucent). Quality q8 
(glazing); complying fith ANSI Z97.1; 1/4" thick; of form and mesh pattern indicated 

belci ., , 

Polished Vire Glass : Form 1 (fired, polished both sides). Mesh m2 (square). 



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HEAT-TREATED GLASS PRODUCTS 

Manufacturitxg Process : Manufacture heat-treated glass by either (at siq>plier's 
option ): 

By horizontal (roller hearth) process vith roll vave <listortion parallel vith 
bottom e<]ge of glass as installed, unless otherwise indicated. 

By vertical (tong-held) or horizontal (roller hearth) process, at manufacturer's 
option, except provide horizontal process itiere indicated as "tongless" or "free 
of tong marks'. 

Uncoated Clear Heat-Treated Float Glass: Condition A (uncoated surfaces). Type I 
(transparent glass, flat). Class 1 (clear). Quality q3 (glazing select), kind as indicated 
belov. 

Kind FT (fully tempered) T?hei^ indicated. 

Coated Tinted Heat-Treatcd St>andrel Gloss: Condition C (other coated glass). Type I 
(transparent glass, flat). Quality q3 (glazing select), vith class, tint (if applicable), 
coating type, location and color matching those indicated under coated glass products 
for vision units, and complying vith the foUo-wing additional requirements: 

EindFT (fully tempered). 

Factory-laminate manufacturer's standard ot>acifier of the foUoving material to 
second surface. 

Polyethylene or polyester sheet vhere back-i^ materials are not 
adhered directly to back of spandrel unit. 

SEALED INSULATING GLASS UNITS 

General: Provide preassembled units consisting of organically sealed panes of glass 
enclosing a hermetically sealed dehydrated air space and complying vith ASTM E 774 
for performance classification indicated as veil as Tith other requirements specified 
for glass charstcteristics, air space, ^alii^ system, sealant, spacer material, comer 
design and dessicant. 

For prot>erties of individiBl glass panes making vtp units, refer to pnxhxi 
reqmrements specified elsei^ere in this section explicable to types, classes, 
kinds and conditions of glass products indicated. 

Provide heat-treated panes of kind and at locations indicated or, if not indicated, 
provide heat-strengthened panes "«*ere recommended by manufacturer for 
a(>plication indicated and tempered vhere indicated or iliere safety glass is 
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Perfomance Qassification per ASTM E 774: Class A. 

Thickness of Each Pane . 1/8° for 5/8" overall thickness units. 3/16" for 3/4" 
overall thickness units. 1 /4" for 1 " overall thickness units. 

Air St>ace Thickness: 3/8" for 5/8" an<3 3/4" overall thickness units. 1/2" for 1" 
OYerall thickness units. 

Sealing System: Manufacturer's standard. 

Si>acer Material : Manufacturer's standard metal. 

Dessicant: Manufactiirer's standard; either molecular sieve or silica gel or Mend 
oft>oth. 

Comer Construction: Manufacttirer's standard comer construction. 

Unacted Insulating Glass Units : Manufacturer's standard units complying irith the 
foUoving requirements: 

Exterior Pane : Clear float glass. 

Kind : As indicated. 

Interior Pane of Glass: Clear float glass. 

Kind : As indicated. 

ELASTOMERIC GLAZING SEALANTS AND PP FTflP^FT) GTA7 ING TAPES 

General : Provi<te products of type indicated and complying vith the folloving 
requirements: 

Comt>atit>ilitY: Select glazing sealants and Xepes of proven compatibility vith 
other materials vith 'fliich they vill come into contact, including glass 
products, seals of insulating glass units, and glazing channel substrates, under 
conditions of installation and service, as demonstrated by testing and field 

Suitabihi y . Coiu^iir wiili 1 cvuhiiiiciida.tions of sealant and glass manufacturers 
for selection of glazing sealants and rapes vhich have performance 
characteristics svdtable for explications indicated and conditions at time of 
installation. 

Eiastomeric Sealant Standard: Provide manufacturer's standard chemically 
curing, eiastomeric sealant of base polymer indicated vhich complies vith 
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Colors: ProYide color of exposed seoloints m<3ice(te<J or, if not otherwise mdicated, 
as selected by Architect from manufacturer's standard colors. 

TvD-Part Polvsulfide Glazing Sealant: Type H; Grade HS; Class 25; Uses HT, H, G, A and, as 
8$>plic8ble to uses indicated, 0. 

One-Part Acid-Curing Silicone Glazing Sealant: Type S; Grade NS; Class 25; Uses NT, G, A, 
and, as 8$>plicable to uses indicated, 0. 

One-Part Non- Acid-Curing Silicone Glazing Sealant: Type S; Grade NS, Glass 25; Uses NT, 
G, A, and, as 8$>plicable to uses indicated, 0; and complying "rith the following 
re<iuiremen ts for modulus and additional joint movement ca^^ability. 

Medium Modulus : Tensile strength of not less than 45 nor more than 75 psi at 
KB percent elongation i^en tested per ASTH D 412 after 14 days at 77 de^. F (20 
deg. C) and 50 percent relative htsaidity. 

Additional capability, -vhen tested per ASTM C 719 for adhesion and cohesion 
under maximxun cyclic movement, to withstand the foUoving percentage 
increase and decrease of joint vidth, as measured at time of 8$>plication, and 
remain in compliance vith other requirements of ASTM C 920. 

50 percent. 

Preformed Butyl-Polvisobutylene Glseing Tape: Provide manufacttM-ers standard 
solvent-free butyl-polyisobutylene formulation vith a solids content of 100 percent; 
complying vith A AM A A SWl; in extruded xofe form; non-staining and non-migrating 
in contact vith nonporous surfaces; packaged on rolls vith a release p8j>er on one side; 
vith or vithout continuous spacer rod as recommended by manufacturers of tape and 
glass for application indicated. 

Available Products: Subject to compliance vith re<iuirements, glazing sealants vhich 
may be incorporated in the vork include, but arc not limited to, the foUoving: 

TvD-Part Polvsulfide Glazing Sealant: 

Xhem-Calk 200"; Bostik Constn>ction Products Div. 
"Synthacalk GC-5"; Pecora Corp. 

One-Part Acid-Curing Silicone Glazing Sealant: 

Xhem-Calk 1200"; Bostik Construction Products Div. 

"Dov Coming 999"; Dov Coming Corp. 

"SCS 1200"; General Electric Corp. 

"863"; Pecora Corp. 

"Rhodorsil 3B"; Rhone-Poulenc Inc. 



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"Omniglaze"; Sonnebom Building Products Div., Rexnor d Chemical 

Prod\>cts Inc. 
Trt^laze"; Tremco. 

One-Part Non-Acid Curing Medium- Modulus Silicon e filffinP ^^*^< 

"Dov-Coming 795"; Dov Coming Corp. 
"SilpruT; General Electric Corp. 
"Gesil"; General Electric Corp. 
"Spectnim 2"; Tremco, Inc. 

One-Part Hon- Add Curing Lory^Modulus Silicone Glazing Sealant: 

Xhem-Calk 1000"; Bostik Construction Products Div. 

"Dov Corning 790"; Dov Coming Corp. 

"864°; Pecora Corp. 

"Omniseal"; Sonne t>orn Btiilding Products Div., Rexnord Chemical 

Products Inc. 
"Spectrum 1"; Tremco, Inc. 

Preformed Butyl- Polvisobutvlene Glazing Tape Vithout Spacer Rod: 

Xhem-Tape 40"; Bostik Construction ProdvKts Div. 
"Extru-Seal"; Pecora Corp. 

"PTI W; Glazing T8$>e; Protective Treatments, Inc. 
"Tremco 440 Tfi$>e"; Tremco Inc. 

Preformed Butvl-PQlviSQbutYlene Glftz ir?ff Jap^ yith Spacer Rod: 

Xhem-Tape 60"; Bostik Construction Products Div. 
"Shim-Seal"; Pecora Corp. 
TTI W Shim Tape; Protective Treatments, Inc. 
Tre-shimmed Tremco 440 Tape"; Tremco Inc. 

GLA2IMG GASKETS 

Cellular Eltctomeric Preformed Gaskets: Extn>ded or molded closed ceil, integral- 
skinned neoprene of profile and hardness re<iittred to maintain vatertight seal; 
complying ilth ASTM C 509, Type II; black. 

Available Manufacturers: Subject to compliance vlth requirements, manuf^turers 
ofSering products vhich may be incorporated in the vork include, but are not limited 
to, the folloving: 

Manufacturers of Preformed Gaskets: 

DS. Brovn Co. 

Haloney Precision Products Co. 



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MISCELLA NEOUS GLAZING MATERIAL 

Compatibility: Provide materials lith proven record of compatibility vith sxtriaces 
contacted in installation. 

Cleaners, Primers, and Sealers: Type recommended by sealant or gasket manufiacttirer. 

Setting Blocks: N«jprene, EPDM or silicone blocks as required for compatibility vlth 
glozing sealants, % to 90 Shore A durometer hardness. 

Si>acers: Neoprene, EPDM or silicone blocks, or continuous extrusions, as required for 
compatibility vith glazing sealant, of size, shs^ and hardness recommended by glass 
and sealant manufacturers for amplication indicated. 

Edge Blocks: Neoprene, EPDM or silicone blocks as required for compatibility -rith 
glazing sealant, of size and hardness required to limit lateral movement (side- vsdking) 
of glass. 



PART % - EXECUTION 
EXAMINATION 

Require Glazier to inspect iwk of glass framing erector for compliance vith 
manufacturing and installation tolerances, including those for size, squareness, offsets 
at comers; for presence and functioning of veep system; for existence of minimum 
required face or edge clearances; and for effective sealing of joinery. Obtain Glazier's 
iTitten report listing conditions detrimental to performance of glazing vcrrk. Do not 
ei)nw £:Jft?i'*c T'"*"^^ "> proceed until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected. 

PREPARATION 

Clean glazing channels and other framing members to receive glass, immediately 
before glazing. Remove coatings ^liiich are not firmly bonded to substrates. Remove 
lacquer from metal surfaces There elastomeric sealants are indicated for use. 

GLAZING, GENERAL 

Comply lith combined t>rinted recommendations of glass manufacturers, of 
manufacturers of sealants, gaskets and other glazing materials, except i^ere more 
stringent requirements are indicated, including those of referenced glazing standards. 

Glazing channel dimensions as indicated in details are intended to provide for 
necessary bite on glass, minimum e^e and face clearances, and adeqxjate sealant 



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thicknesses, 'vith reasonable tolerances. Adjust as required by job conditions at time of 
installation. 

Protect glass from edge <teanage during handling and installation; xise a rolling block in 
rotating glass units to prevent damage to glass comers. Do not impact glass vith metal 
framing. Use s\>ction c\xps to shift glass units -rithin openings; do not raise or drift 
glass vith a pry bar. Rotate glass vith flares or bevels along one horizontal e<^e 
•rhich -wDuld occur in vicinity of setting blocks so that these are located at top of 
opening. Remove from project and dispose of glass units vith edge damage or other 
imperfections of kind that, vhen installed, veakens glass and impairs performance and 
appearance. 

Apt>ly primers to joint surfaces vhere required for adhesion of sealants, as determined 
by preconstruction sealant-substrate testing. 

GLAZIWO 

Install setting blocks of proper size in sill rabbet, located one quarter of glass vidth 
from each comer, but vith edge nearest corner not closer than 6" from comer unless 
othervise required Set blocks in thin course of sealant vhich is acceptable for heel 
bead use. 

Provide st>ctcers inside and out, of correct size and spacing to preserve required face 
clearances, for glass sizes larger than 50 united inches (length plus height), except 
vhere gaskets or glazing t8f>es vith contini»us spacer rods arc used for glazing. 
Provide 1/8' minimum bite of spacers on glass and use thickness equal to sealant vidth, 
except vith sealant tape use thickness slightly less than final compressed thickness of 
tape. 

Provi<te edsLe blocking to comply vith requirements of referenced glazing standard, 
except -^rtiere othervise required by glass unit manufacturer. 

Set units of glass in each series vith uniformity of panem, drav, bov and similar 
characteristics. 

Provide comt>ressible filler rods or equivalent back-i;^ material, as recommended by 
sealant and glass manufacturers, to prevent sealant from extruding into glass channel 
veep systems and from adhering to joints back surface as veil as to control depth of 
sealant for optimum performance, unless othervise indicated. 

Force sealants into glazing ch ann^js to eliminate voids and to ensure complete 
'vetting' or bond of sealant to glass and channel surfaces. 

Tool exposed surfaces of sealants to provide a substantial 'vash' avay from glass. 
Install pressurized tapes and gaskets to protn>de slightly out of channel, so as to 
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Vhere ve<jge-shat>e<3 gaskets are driven into one si<Je of channel to pressurize sealant 
or gasket on opposite side, pnm<te adequate anchorage to ensure that gasket lill not 
"vaik" out vhen installation is subjected to movement. 

Miter cut 'wedge-shaped gaskets at comers and install gaskets in manner recommended 
t>7 gasket manufacturer to prevent pull avay at comers; seal comer joints and butt 
joints vith sealant recommended by gasket manufacturer. 

PROTECTION AND CLEANING 

Protect exterior glass from breakage isomediately upon installation by use of crossed 
streamers attached to framing and held avay from glass. Do not 85>ply markers to 
svrfaces of glass. Remove nonpermanent labels and clean surfaces. 

Protect glass from content vith contaminating substances resulting from construction 
0i>crdiii3ns. It despite such protection, contaminating stibstances do come into contact 
Tith glass, remove immediately by method recommended by glass manufacturer. 

Examine glass surfaces adjacent to or belov exterior concrete and other masonry 
surfaces at frequent intervals during construction, but not less often than once a 
month, for build-up of dirt, scum, alkali deposits or staining. Vhen examination 
reveals presence of these forms of residue, remove by method recommended by glass 
manufacturer. 

Remove and replace glass vhlch is broken, chipped, cracked, abraded or damaged in 
other vays during construction peinod, including natural causes, accidents and 
vandalism. 

Vash glass on both faces not more than 4 days prior to <teite scheduled for inspections 
intended to establish <faite of substantial completion in each area of project. Vash glass 
by method recommended by glass manufacturer. 



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SECTIOH 09220 - PORTLAND CEMENT (STUCCO) PLASTER & METAL 
LATH 



PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dra'sings and general provisions of Contract, including General and St^plementary 
Conditions and Division-1 Specification sections, apply to "WM-k of this section. 

DESCRIPTION or VORg 

Types of vork includes : 

Metal lathing. 

Portland cement plastering. 

Steel studs and framing are specified in Division-9. 

Gypsum sheathing is specified in Division-9. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Single Source Rest>onsit>ilitY: Obtain gypsum lath and gypsum plaster from a single 
manufacturer. 

Field Constrticted Mock-Up: Prior to installation of plaster -inork, fabricate mock-i^ 
panels for each type of finish and application required using materials, including lath 
and support system, indicated for final vork. Build panels 4" x 4' x full thickness in 
location indicated, or if not otherwise indicated, as directed by Architect. Demonstrate 
the proposed range of color, texture and vorkmanship to be expected in completed 
inork. Obtain Architect's acceptance of panel's visual quality before start of vork. 
Retain panel dtiring construction as a standard for judging completed vork. 

SUBMIHALS 

Prodttct Data: Submit mantrfacturers product data for cementitious materials, lath, 
metal support components, and accessories. 

Material Certificates: Submit producer's certificate for each kind of plaster aggregate 
indicated evidencing that materials comply lith requirements. 



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DELIVERY. STORAGE. AMD HANDLING 

Deliver materials in original packages, containers or bundles bearing brand name and 
Identification of manufacttjrer. 

Store materials inside, under cover and in manner to keep them dry, protected from 
veather, direct sunlight, surface contamination, aging, corrosion, and damage from 
construction trafTic and other causes. Neatly stack gypsum lath flat to prevent 
deformation 

PROTECT CONDITIONS 

Environmental Requirements, General : Comply 'vith requirements of referenced 
plaster application standards and recommendations of plaster mantjfacttirer for 
environmental conditions before, during, and after application of plaster. 

Cold Veather Protection: Vhen ambient out<toor temperatures are belov 55 <tegrees F 
(13 degrees C), maintain continuous uniform temperature of not less than 55 degrees F 
(13 degrees C) nor more than 70 d^rees F (21 degrees C) for not less than 1 ineek prior 
to beginning plaster application, during its application, and until plaster is dry but for 
not less than one veek after application is complete. Distribute heat evenly; prevent 
concentrated or uneven heat from contacting plaster near heat source. 

Ventilation : Ventilate building spaces as required to remove vater in excess of that 
required for hydration of plaster. Begin ventilation Itm jiately after plaster is 
applied and continue until it sets. 

Protect contiguous vork from soiling, spattering, moisture deterioration and other 
harmful effects vhich might result from plastering. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS 

Manufacttjrer: Stibject to compliance vith requirements, provide prodticts of one of 
the foUo'ving: 

Manufacturers of Ext>an'ted Metal Lath: 

BostTs-ick Steel Framing Co. 

Chapman Indvistries. 

Gold Bond Building Prodtjcts Div., National Gypsum Co. 

MiJoor Division; Inryco, Inc. 

United States Gypsmn Co. 

Vestem Metal Lath Co. 



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Manufacturers of Accessories: 



Fry Reglet Corp. 

Oold Bond Building Prodricts Div., National Gypsiim Co. 

KeeneCorp. 

Hilcor Division; Inryco, Inc. 

MM Systems Corp. 

Plastic Components, Inc. 

United States Gypstim Co. 

Vestern Metal Lath Co. 



LATH 



Eipanded Metal Lath : Fabricate expan<ted metal lath from uncoated or zinc-coated 
(galvanized) steel sheet to produce lath complying vith ASTM C 847 for type, 
configuration and other characteristics indicated belov, vith uncoated st^l sheet 
painted after fabrication into lath. 

Rib Lath: Comply vith the foUoving requirements: 

Configuration : Rib depth of 3/8" 

Veight: 4.0 lbs. per sq. yd. 

Lath Attachment Devices: Devices of material and type required by referenced 
stan<terds and recommended by lath manufacturer for secure attachment of lath to 
framing members and of lath to lath. 

PLASTER ACCESSORIES FOR PORTLAND CEMENT (STUCCO ^ PT.A5rrFl? 

General: Comply vith material provisions of ANSI A42.3; coordinate depth of 
accessories vith thicknesses and number of coats reqtiired. 

Metal Comer Reinforcement : Expan<ted large mesh diamond mesh lath fabricated from 
zinc-alloy or velded vire mesh fabricated from 0.0475" diameter zinc-coated 
(galvanized) vire, and specially formed to reinforce external comers of portland 
cement plaster on exterior exposures vhile alloving full plaster encasement. 

Metal Comer Beads: Small nose comer beads fabricated from zinc alloy, vith expanded 
flanges of large mesh diamond lath to allov full encasement by plaster. 

Casing Bea^fe: Square-e<feed style, vith expanded flanges and removable protective 
tape, of the folloving material: 

Material: Zinc alloy. 

Control bints: Prefabricate, of material and type indicated belov: 



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Material . Zinc alloy. 

One-Piece Tyt>e: Fol<Je<J pair of non-perforated scrre<te in M-shape<J 
configuration, vith exi>an<le<J flanges. 

PORTLAND CEMENT (STUCCO) PLASTER MATERIALS 

Bege Coat Cements: Portland Cement, ASTM C 150, Type I or IH. 

finish Coat Cement . Portland cement, ASTM C 150, Type I, i^te. 

Factory-Prepared Finish Coat : Mantifacturer"s stan<terd product requiring addition of 
irater only; vhite in color unless othervise indicated. 

Product: Subject to compliance vith re<imrements, provide Oriental Exterior 
Finish Stucco manufactured by United States Gypsum Co. 

Lime: Special hydrated lime for finishing purposes, ASTM C 2(te, Type S, or special 
hydrated lime for masonry purposes, ASTM C 237, Type S. 

Sand Aggregate for Base Coats : ASTM C 897. 

Aggregate for Finish Coats : ASTM C 897 and as indicated belov. 

Manufactured or natural sand, in color required to match Architect's sample. 

MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS 

Vater for Miiing and Finishing Plaster : Drinkable, fr^ of substances ca$>able of 
affecting plaster set or of damaging plaster, lath or accessories. 

Bonding Agent for Portland Cement Plaster: ASTM C 932. 

PORTLAND CEMENT (STUCCO) PLASTER MIIES AND COMPOSITIONS 

General : Comply vlth ASTM C 926 for ponland cement plaster base and finish coat 
mixes as applicable to plaster bases, materials and other requirements as indicated. 

Portland Cement Plaster Base Coat Mixes and Compositions: Proportion materials for 
respective base cc»ts in parts by volume for cementitious materials and in parts by 
volume per sum of cementitiovjs materials for aggregates to comply vith the following 
requirements for each method of ai>plication and plaster base indicated. Adjust mix 
proportions belov vithin limits specified to attain workability. 

Three-Ccwit Vork Over Metal Lath: fese coats as indicated belov: 



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Scratch Coat: 1 part portland cement, 0-3/4 parts lime, 2- 

1 /2-4 parts sand. 
Brovn Coat: 1 part portland cement, 0-3/4 parts lime, 3-5 

parts sand. 

ractQrY-Pret>ared Portland Cement Tinish Coats: Add i^ater only; comply vith finish 
coat manufactiirers directions. 

MIXING 

Mechanically mix cementitious and aggregate materials for plasters to comply lith 
applicable referenced application standard and vith recommendations of plaster 
manufacturer. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 

INSTALLATION Or LATHING AND FURRING, GENERAL 

Portland Cement Plaster Lathing and Furring Installation Stan<terd: Install lathing and 
furring materials indicated for portland cement plaster to comply vith ANSI A42.3 

Install supplementary framing, blocking, and bracing at terminations in the vork and 
for si^port of fixtures, equipment services, heavy trim, railings, and similar vork to 
comply vith details indicated or if not othervise indicated, to comply vith applicable 
published recommendations of cement plaster manufacturer, or if not available, of 
"Gypsum Construction Handbook" published by United States Gypsum Co. 

Isolation : Vhere lathing and metal siq>port system abvrts building stnjcture 
horizontally, and vhere partition /vail vork abuts overhead structure, isolate the vork 
from striKtural movement sufficiently to prevent transfer of loading into vork from 
the building structure. Install slip or cushion type joints to absorb deflections but 
maintain lateral svq)port. 

Frame both sides of control and expansion joints independently, and do not 
bri<^e joints vith furring and lathing or accessories. 

MnAL LATHING 

Install expanded metal lath for the foUoving e5>plications vhere plaster base coats are 
required. Provide appropriate type, configuration and veight of metal lath selected 
from materials indicated vhich comply vith referenced lathing installation standards. 

Exterior sheathed vail surfaces; minimum vcight of self-furring diamond mesh 
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Monolithic su rfaces not complying irtth re<itJireiDents of referenced plaster 
ej>plicaliuii staiidards for characteristics "vhich permit direct bond vith plaster. 

INSTALLATION OF PLASTERIHG ACCESSORIES 

&eneral : Comply vith referenced lathing and furring installation standards for 
provision and location of plaster accessories of type indicated. Miter or cope 
accessories at comers; install vith tight joints and in alignment. Attach accessories 
securely to plaster bases to hold accessories in place and alignment during plastering. 

Accessories for Portland Cement Plaster: 

Comer Reinforcement : Install at external comers. 

Comer Bead: Install at external corners. 

Casing Beads : Install terminations of plaster vork unless othervise indicated. 

Control Toints: Install control joints at locations indicated, or if not indicated, at 
locations complying irith the foUoving criteria and approved by Architect. 

Vhere an expansion or control joint occurs in svart&oe of construction 
directly behind plaster membrane. 

Vhere distance beti^een control joints in plastered surface exceeds the 
foUoving: 

10" in either direction. 

Vhere areavithin portland cement panels exceed 100 sq. ft. 

Vhere portland cement plaster panel sizes or dimensions change. 
Extend joints full vidth or height of plaster membrane. 

PLASTER APPLICATION- GENERAL 

Prei>are monolithic surfaces for bonded base coals and use bonding compound or agent 
to comply vith requirements of referenced plaster application standar<b for 
conditioning of monolithic surfaces. 

Tolerances: Do not deviate more than 1/8" in 10-0" from a true plane in finished 
plaster surfaces, as measured by a 10-0" straighte<fee placed at any location on surface. 

Grout hoUov metal frames, bases and similar vork occurring in gypsum plastered 
areas, vith base ccat plaster material, and prior to lathing vhere necessary. Except 
"iliere full grouting is indicated or required for fire-resistance rating, grout 6" lengths 
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Sequence piaster application lith the installation and protection of other iwk, so that 
neither -will be <teimage<] by the installation of the other. 

Plaster flush vith metal frames and other built-in metal items or accessories iliich act 
as a plaster ground, unless other vise indicated. Vhere plaster is not terminated at 
metal by casing beads, cut base ccat free from metal before plaster sets and groove 
finish coat at the jimctures vith metal. 

Apply thicknesses and number of coats of plaster as indicated; or as reqmred by 
referenced standards. 

Concealed Plaster: ¥here plaster application vill be concealed by itckI paneling, 
above suspended ceilings and similar locations, finish-coat may be omitted; "rtiere 
concealed behind cabinets and similar furnishings and equipment, apply finish-coat; 
■vhere used as a base for adhesive 8$>plication of tile and similar finishes, omit finish- 
coat and coordinate thickness 'with overall dimension as shovn, and comply vith 
tolerances specified. 

PORTLAND CEMENT (STUCCO) PLASTER APPLICATION 

Portland Cement Plaster Application Stan<teg'd . Apply portland cement plaster 
materials, compositions, and mixes to comply vith ASTM C 926. 

Number of Coats: Apply portland cement plaster, of composition indicated, to comply 
vith the following requirements: 

Use three-coat vork over the following plaster bases: 

Metal lath. 

Finish Coat: Match Architect s sample for texture and color. 

Hoist cure tortland cement plaster base and finish coats to comply vith ASTM C 926. 
including recommendations for time twtTeen coats and curing in "Annex A2 Design 
Considerations " . 

CUniNG AND PATCHING 

Cut, patch, point-up and repair plaster as necessary to accommodate other vork and to 
restore cracks, dents and impeitections. Repair or replace vork to eliminate blisters, 
buckles, excessive crazing and check cracking, dry-oxits, efflorescence, sveat-outs and 
similar defects, and vhere bond to the stibstrate has failed. 

Sand smooth-troveled finishes lightly to remove trovel marks and arrises. 



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CLEANING AND PROTECTION 

Remove temporary protection and enclosure of other "inork. Promptly remoye plaster 
from door frames, lindo-vs, and other surfaces vhich are not to be plastered. Repair 
floors, vails and other surfaces vhich have been stained, marred or otherwise damaged 
dtiring the plastering Tsnrk. Vhen plastering vort: is completed, remove unused 
materials, containers and equipment and clean floors of plaster <tebris. 

Provide final t>rotection and maintain conditions, in a manner suitable to Installer, 
irtiich ensures plaster "wwlj being vithout (temage or deterioration at time of 
substantial completion. 



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SECTION 0Q250 - GYPSUM DRYWALL 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dravings and general provisions of Contract, including Oeneral and Siq>f>lementary 
Conditions and Division 1 Specification Sections. aj>ply to vork of this section. 

SUMMARY 

Extent of each type of gypstim dryvall construction re<iuired is indicated on Dravings: 

This Section includes the foUcsing types of gypstim board construction: 

Steel framing meint>ers to receive gypsum dryvall and gypsum sheathing. 

Gypsum board screv-attached to st^l framing and furring members. 

Glass mesh mortsr units for application of tile. 

DEFINITIONS 

Gypsum Board Construction Terminology : Refer to ASTM C 1 1 and GA 505 for definitions 
of terms for gypsum t>oard construction not othenrise defined in this section or other 
referenced standards. 

SUBMITTALS 

Product data from manufacturers for each type of product specified. 

QUALnY ASSURANCE 

Fire-Resistance Ratings: Vhere indicated, provide materials and construction irtiich 
are identical to those of assemblies vhose fire resistance rating has been determined 
per ASTM E 119 by a testing and inspecting organization acceptable to authorities 
having jurisdiction. 

Provide fire-resistance-rated assemblies, identical to those indicated by 
refercxi. . . to GA File Nos. in GA-600 "Fire Resistance Design Manual" or to design 
designations in Ui. "Fire Resistance Directory" or in listing of other testing and 
agencies acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction. 

Single-Source Resixmsibility: Obtain each type of gypsiim board and related joint 

ticvituiii^ i : ■ : * r- ,,:, .^inglc manufactuTer. 

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DELIVERY. STORAGE. AND HANDLING 

Deliver materials in original packages, containers or bundles bearing brand name and 
identification of manufacttirer or st;^i>lier. 

Store materials inside under cover and keep them dry and protected against damage 
from ifleather, direct sunlight, surface contamination, corrosion, construction traffic 
end oUicr causes. Neatly stack gypsum boards flat to prevent sagging. 

Handle gvi>sum boards to prevent <temage to edges, ends and stirfaces. Do not bend or 
otherwise damage metal comer beads and trim. 

PRO lECT CONDITIONS 

Environmental Conditions, General : Establish and maintain environmental conditions 
for explication and finishing gypsum board to comply lith ASTM C 840 and ilth 
gypsTwa board manufactio'er's recommendations. 

Minimum Room Temt>eratures : For nonadhesive attachment of gypsum brard to 
framing, maintain not less than 40 <teg F (4 deg C). For adhesive attachment and 
finishing of gypsum bc«rd maintain not less than 50 <^ F (10 d^ C) for 48 hours prior 
to a$)plication and continuously thereafter until drying is complete. 

Ventilate building spaces to remove vater not required for drying joint treatment 
materials. Avoid drafts during dry, hot veather to prevent materials from drying too 
rapidly. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
MANUFACTURERS 

Available Manufacturers. Subject to compliance vith requirements, manufacturers 
offering products i^ich may be incorporated in the Vork include, but are not limited 
to,thefolloiring: 

Steel Framing and lui l iii>:.. 

Bostvick Steel Framing Co. 

Dale Industries, Inc. 

Gold Bond Building Products Div., National Gypsum Co. 

Incor, Inc. 

Marino Industries Corp. 

United States Gypsum Co. 



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Gypsum Boards and Related Products: 

Centex American Gypsijm Co. 

I>Dmt8r Gypsian Co. 

Georgia-Pacific Corp. 

Gold Bond Building Products Div., National Gypsum Co. 

United States Gypsum Co. 

STEEL fRAMIHG FOR VALLS AND PARTITIONS 

Steel StiKte and Runners: ASTM C 645, vith flange edges of studs bent back 90 deg and 
doubled over to form 3/16" minimum lip (return) and complying litli the folloving 
reqviirements for minimum thickness of base (uncoated) metal and for depth: 

Thickness: As indicated. 

Depth: As indicated. 

Steel Rigid Furring Channels : ASTM C 645- hat-sha5>ed, depth and minimum thickness 
of base (uncoated) metal as follows: 

Depth: As indicated. 

Thickness: As indicated 

Furring Brackets : Serrated-arm type, adjustable, fabricated from corrosion-resistant 
steel sheet complying vith ASTM C 645, minimum thickness of base (xmcoated) metal of 
0.0329 inch, designed for screv attachment to steel studs and steel rigid furring 
channels used for furring. 

Steel Resilient Furring Channels: Manufacturer s standard prodt*:t designed to reduce 
sound transmission, complying vith ASTM C 645 for base metal, finish and vidths of 
face and fastening flange, fabricated to form 1 /2 inch deep channel of the following 
configuration; 

Single-Leg Configuration: Assymetric-shaped channel vith face connected to a 
single flange by a single slotted leg (veb). 

Double-Leg Configuration : Hat-shaped channel, vith 1-1/2 inch vide face 
connected to flanges by <touble slotted or expanded metal legs (vebs). 

Configuration: Either one indicated above. 

Z-Furring Members : Manufacturer's standard 2ee-sha5>ed furring members vith slotted 
or nonslotted veb, fabricated from hot-dip galvanized steel sheet complying vith ASTM 

A "V^ PrMtinor Ttt^fffil^lion MS]- vith « Tninimitm t^ftw mPtAl (iMi/vwtAH^ thickness ot 



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0.0179 inch, face flange of 1-1 /4 inch, vall-attachment flange of 7/8 inch, and of <tepth 
reqvttred to fit insulation thickness indicated. 

Fasteners : Provi<te fasteners of type, material, size, corrosion resistance, holding po-i^r 
and other properties required to fasten steel framing and furring poiner members 
securely to substrates inTolved, complying vith the recommendations of gypsum 
dryvall manufacturers for applications indicated. 

GYPSUM DRYVALL 

General: Provide gypsvim txwtrd of types indicated in maximum lengths available to 
minimize end-to-end joints. 

Thickness : Provide gypsum bc«rd in thi "* ses indicated, or if not othervise 
indicated, in 1 /2 inch thicknesses to comply vith ASTM C 840 for application 
system and support spacing indicated. 

Gypsum Vallboard : ASTM C 36. and as folloirc: 

Type : Regular, unless othervise indicated. 

£<tees : T8$>ered. 

Thickness : 5/8", unless otherwise indicated. 
Moisture Resistant Gypsum Vallboard : ASTM C 630, and as follo"vs: 

Type: Regular, unless othervise indicated. 

Thickness: 5/8", unless othervise indicated. 

GYPSUM SHEATHING 

Gypsum Sheathing Standards: Provide gypsvim sheathing board complying vith FS SS- 
L-30 for Type II (sheathing), Qass 2 (vater-resistant surfaces). Form a (plain back). 
Grade (core) and Style indicated belov; and vith ASTM C 79. 

Grade V: Vater-resistant treated core. 

Style: S<iuare edges and ends. 

Thickness : 5/8". 

Size: 4-0" X 8"-0" or 9-0" as required for coM-dination vith framing. 



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TRIM ACCESSORIES 

Corner bead and Edge Trim for Interior Installation : Provide comer beads, edge trim 
and control joints vhich comply vith ASTH C 1047 and requirements indicated belov: 

Material: Foiined metal, plastic or metal combined vith p8$>er, vith metal 
complying vith the folloving reqtiirements: 

Shee^ steel zinc-cc«ted by hot-dip process. 

Edge trim shapes indicated belov by reference to designations of Fig. 1 in ASTM 
C1047: 

TX'Bead, unless othervise indicated. 

"LK" Bead vith square nose for use vith kerfed joints. 

"L"Bead vhere indicated. 

TJ" Bead vhere indicated. 

One-Piece Control .joints : Formed vith Yee-sh8$>ed slot per Fig. 1 in ASTM C 1047, vith 
slot opening covered vith removable strip: 

Metal Corner Bead and Edge Trim for Eiterior Ceilings : Comply vith the folloving 
requirements: 

Edge trim complying vith ASTM C 1047, formed from rolled zinc, shape "LC" Bead 
per Fig. 1 unless othervise indicated. 

GYPSUM BOARD lOIWT TREATMENT MATERIALS 

General: Provi<te materials complying vith ASTM C 4";^, ASTM C 840, and 
recommendations of manufacturer of both gypsum board and joint treatment materials 
for the application indicated. 

joint Tape : Paper reinforcing tape, unless othervise indicated. 

Drying-Type joint Compounds: Factory-prepackaged vinyl-based products complying 
vith the folloving requirements for formulation and intended use. 

Ready-Mix Formtilation: Factory-premixed prodtjct. 

Taping compound formulated for embedding tape and for first coat over 
fasteners and flanges of comer beads and edge trim. 

Topping compotMid formulated for fill (second) and finish (third) coats. 

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MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS 

General : Provi<te auxiliary materials for gypsim dryvall construction 'vhich comply 
lith referenc&j standards and the recommendations of the manufacturer of the 
gypsum t>oard. 

Spot Grout : ASTM C 475, setting-type joint compound of type recommen<ted for spot 
grouting hollo v metel door frames. 

Gy&sum Board Screvs: ASTM C 1002 

Concealed Acoustical Sealant : Nondrying, nonhar<tening. nonskinning, nonstaining, 
nonbleeding, gunnable sealant complying '«ith requirement specified in Division-? 
section "Joint Sealers " 

Sound Attenuation Blankets : Unfaced mineral fiber blanket insulation produced by 
combining mineral fibers of type described belov vith thermosetting resins to comply 
vith ASTM C 665 for Type I (blankets vithout membrane facing); and as follows : 

Mineral Fiber Type: Fibers manufactured from glass or slag. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 
EXAMINATION 

Examine substrates to vhich dryvall construction attaches or abuts, preset hollov 
metal frames, cast-in-anchors, and structural framing, vith Installer present, for 
compliance vith requirements for installation tolerances and other conditions 
affecting performance of dryvall construction. Do not proceed vith installation until 
unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected. 

PREPARATION 

Ceiling Anchorages : Coordinate installation of ceiling suspension system vith 
installation of overhead structural system to ensure that inserts and other stnjctural 
anchor^e provisions have been installed to receive ceiling anchors in a manner that 
•vill develop their full strength and at spacing required to st;5>port ceiling. 

Before sprayed-on firepr oo fing is applied, attach offset anchor plates or ceiling 
runners (tratcks) to surface indicated to receive sprayed-on fireproofing. Vhere 
offset anchor plates are required provide continuous units fastened to building 
structure not more than 24 inches o.c. and to ceiling runners. 



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After spraved-on fireproofing has been applied, remove only as much fireproofing as 
needed to complete instedlation of dryvall construction. Protect fireproofing that 
remains from damage . 

INSTALLATION OF STEEL FRAMING. GENERAL 

St^l Framing Installation Standard : Install steel framing to comply vith ASTH C 754 
and vith ASTM C 840 re<niirements that apply to framing installation. 

Install st«>t>lementary framing, blocking and bracing at terminations in the vork and 
for s\q>port of fixtures, equipment serrices, heary trim, grab bars, toilet accessories, 
furnishings, and similar constrtiction to comply vith details indicated and vith 
recommendations of gypsum board manufacturer, or if none available, vith "Gypsum 
Construction Handbook" published by United States Gypsum Co. 

Isolate steel framing from building structtjre to prevent transfer of loading imposed by 
structural movement, at locations indicated bel. > comply vith (fetalis shovn on 
Dravings: 

Vhere edges of suspended ceilings abut building structure horizontally at 
ceiling perimetet^ or penetration of structural elements. 

Vhere partitions and vail framing abuts overhead structtore. 

Provide slip or cushioned type joints as detailed to attain lateral si^port 
and avoid axial loading. 

Do not bri<tee building expansion and control joints vith steel framing or furring 
members; independently frame both sides of joints vith framing or furring members 
or as indicated. 

INSTALLATION OF STEEL FRAMING FOR VALLS AND PARTITIONS 

Install nmners (tracks) at floors, ceilings and structural vails and colvmms vhere 
gypsum dryvall stud system abuts other construction. 

Vhere sttxfe are installed directly against exterior vails, install asphalt felt 
strips betveen studs and vail. 

Extend partition framing full height to structural $iq>ports or substrates above 
suspended ceilings, except vhere partitions are indicated to terminate at stispended 
ceilings. Continue framing over frames for doors and openings and frame around 
dtjcts penetrating partitions above ceiling to provide si^port for gypsum board. 

Install steel studs and furring in sizes and at spacings indicated but not less than that 
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Install sxeel studs so that flanges point in the same direction an<J gypsum boards can be 
installe<J in the direction opposite to that of the flange. 

Frame door openings to comply vith detailed indicated, vith GA-219 and vith 8|>plicable 
published recommendations of gypsum board manufacturer. Attach vertical stute at 
jambs vith screvs either directly to frames or to jamb anchor clips on door frames; 
install nmner track section (for cripple stu<b) at head and secure to jamb stu<b. 

Frame ot>enings other than door openings to comply vith details indicated or if none 
indicated, in same manner as required for door openings; and install framing belov 
sills of openings to match framing reqtjired above door heads. 

Install thermal insulation as follovs: 

Erect instilation vertically and hold in place vith Z-furring members spaced 24 
inches on center. 

Eicept at exterior comers, securely attach narrov flanges of furring members 
to vail vith concrete stub nails, screvs designed for masonry attachment, or 
povder-driven fasteners spaced 24 inches on center. 

At exterior corners, attach vide flange of furring members to vall vith short 
flange extending beyond comer; on adjacent vall surface, screv attach short 
flange of furring channel to veb of attached channel. Start from this furring 
channel vith standard vidth insulation panel and continue in regtilar manner. 
At interior corners, space second member no more than 12 inches from corner 
and cut instilation to fit. 

APPLICATION AND FIHISHIMG OF GYPSUM BOARD, GENERAL 

Gypsum Brord Application and Finishing Standard: Install and finish gypsum broird to 
comply vith ASTM C 840. 

Install sound attenttation blankets vhere indicated, prior to gypsum bc«rd unless 
readily installed after board has been installed. 

Locate exposed end-butt joints as far from center of vails and ceilings as possible, and 
stagger not less than 24 inches in alternate courses of b(»rd. 

Install vall /partition boards in manner irtiich minimizes the number of end-btitt 
joints or avoids them entirely vhere possible. At stairvells and similar high vails, 
install board horizontally vith end joints staggered over studs. 

Install exposed gypsum beard vith face side out. Do not install imperfect, damaged or 
damp boar<fc. Butt boards tc^ether for a light contact at edges and ends vith not more 
than 1 /16 inch open space betveen txMirds. Do not force into place. 



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Locate either edge or end joints over stipports. except in horizontal applications or 
liiere intermediate svq>ports or gyps\Bn bcrard back-Wocldng is prorided t>ehind end 
joints. Position boards so that like edges abut, tapered edges gainst tapered e<^es and 
mill-cut or field-cut ends against mill-cut or field-cut ends. Do not place t85>ered edges 
against cut edges or ends. Stagger vertical joints over different studs on opposite sides 
of partitions. 

Attach gypsum board to steel studs so that leading edge or end of each board is attached 
to open (unsupported) edge of stud flange first. 

Attach gypsxMa board to supolementary framing and blocking provided for additional 
stfl>port at openings and cutouts. 

St>ot grout hoUov metal <toor frames for solid core inood doors, hollov metal *)ors and 
doors over 32 inches vide. Apply spot grout at each jamb anchor clip just before 
inserting board into frame. 

Form control joints and expansion joints at locations indicated, vith space betifleen 
edges of boards, prepared to receive trim accessories. 

Cover both faces of steel stud partitioii ffsmifig 'vitti gypsisu i>oai<j in oofioealeo spaces 
(above ceilings, etc.), except in chase vails vhich are properly braced internally. 

Except vher© concealed amplication is required for coxuid, fire, adr or smoke 
ratings, coverage may be accomplished vith scra$>s of not less than 8 sq. ft. area, 
and may be limited to not less than 75 percent of full coverage. 

Fit gypsum board around ducts, pipes, and conduits. 

Vhere partitions intersect open concrete coffers, cut gypsum board to fit 
profile of coffers and allov 1 /4 to 1 /2 inch vi<te joint for sealant. 

Isolate perimeter of non-load-bearing dryvall partitions at structural abutments. 
Provide 1/4° to 1/2" space and trim edge vith IJ' bead edge trim. Seal joints vith 
acoustical sealant. 

Vher e s ound-rated dryvall construction vork is indicated, seal construction at 
perimeters, control and expansion joints, openings and penetrations vith a continuoxis 
bead of acoustical sealant including a bead at both faces of partitions. Comply vith 
ASTM C 919 and manufacturer's recommendations for location of edge trim, and close 
off sound-flanking paths around or throi^ construction including sealing of 
partitions above acoustical ceilings. 

Space fasteners in gypsum boards in accordance vith referenced gypsum board 
ai>ylication and finishing standard and manufactvtrer's recommendations. 



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METHODS OF GYPSUM BOARD APPLICATION 

Single-Layer Aoolication: Install gypsum 'rollboftrd ns folio vs. 

On partitions /vails apply gypsufli tx»rd vertically (parallel to framing), unless 
othervise indi ■■' I, and provide sheet lengths vhich vill minimize end joints. 

On partitions /vails 8-1" or less in height apply gypsum board horizontally 
(perpendicular to framing); use maximum length sheets possible to minimize 
end joints. 

On Z-fiiri In:: iiiriiit-is apply gypsum board vertically (parallel to framing) 
vith no end joints. Locate edge joints over furring members. 

Vail Tile Base : Install glass mesh mortar units as base for thin-set ceramic vail tile and 
similar rigid 8$>plied vail finishes. Treat joints to comply vith manufacturer's 
recommendations for type of 8$>plication indicated. 

Single-Layer Fastening Methods: Apply gypsum boar<b to supports as follovs: 

Fasten vith screvs. 

Exterior Soffits and Ceilings: Apply exterior gypsum soffit bc«rd perpendicular to 
supports, vith end joints staggered over si^ports. Install vith 1/4 inch open space 
vhere boards abut other construction. 

Fasten vith cadmium-plated screvs, or vith galvanized or alitminum nails 
vhere s\q>ports are nailable. 

GYPSUM VALL SHEATHING 

General: Provi<te gypsum b(»rd sheathing ^iliere shovn. Fasten to exterior face of stud 
framing for exterior vails. Use 1-1/2" long, 1 1 gage galvanized roofing nails vith 3/8" 
head or 15 gage, divergent point galvanized staples 1/2" vide x 1-1/2" long. Keep 
perimeter fasteners 3/8" from edges and ends of board vtnits. Fit boards tightly against 
each other and around openings. 

Install 4' X 8' or longer sheathing vertically vith long edges parallel to and centered 
over sttKk. Provide solid vc»d blocking vherever end joints do not bear against 
framing sills or plates. Nail or staple to each siq>port in accordance vith 
manufacturer's recommen<ted spacing, but space fa st e ners not more than 4" o.c. around 
perimeter at edge and end si;q>ports and 8" o.c. at intermediate si;q>ports. 



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IMSTALLATION OF DRYVALL TRIM ACCESSORIES 

General: Vhere feasible, use the same fasteners to anchor trim accessory flanges as 
required to fasten gypsum board to the siq>ports. Othenise, fasten flanges to comply 
ifith manufacturer's recommendations. 

Install comer Beads at external comers. 

Install metal edge trim vfaenever edge of gypsum board irould otherwise be exposed or 
semi-exposed, and except -where plastic trim is indicated. Provide type vith face flange 
to rcceire joint compound except vhere TJ-bead- (semi-finishing type) is indicated. 

Install "LC° bead vhere dryvall construction is tightly abutted to other 
construction and back flange can be attache' ^ framing or supporting 
substrate. 

Install TK" bead vhere substrate is kerfed to receive long flange of trim. 

Install "L" bead vhere edge trim can only be installed after gypsum board is 
installed. 

Install U-type trim vhere edge is exposed, revealed, gasketed. or sealant-filU i 
(including expansion joints). 

Install U-bead vhere indicated, and vhere exterior gypsum bc«rd edges ore not covered 
by a$)plied moldings or indicated to receive edge trim vith face flanges covered vith 
joint compotmd. 

Install plastic e<tee trim vhere indicated on vail panels at juncture vith ceilings. 

Install control joints at locations indicated, or if not indicated at spacings and locations 
required by referenced gypsum board application and finish standard, and 8$>proved 
by the Architect for visual effect. 

riNISHIHG or DRYVALL 

General: Apply joint treatment at gypsum board joints (both directions), flanges of 
comer bead, edge trim, and control joints; penetrations; fastener heads, stjrface defects 
and eiss'%fhere as required to prepare vork for <tecoration. 

Prefill ot>en joints and rounded or beveled edges, if any, using setting-type joint 
compound. 

Apply joint tape at joints betveen gypsum boards, except irtiere trim accessories are 
indicated. 

Einish interior gypsum vallboard by applying the folio ving joint compounds in 3 coats 
(not including prefill of openings in base), and sand betveen coats and afler last coat: 



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EmbeMng and First OxA . Ready-mix drying-type all-purpose or taping 

compound. 

rill (Second) Coat : Ready-mix drying-type all-purpose or topping compound. 

Finish (Third) Coat : Ready-mix drying-type all-purpose or topping compound. 

Finish exterior gYi>suffl soffit board t>y tjsing setting-type joint compounds to prefill 
joints, embed tape, and to e$>ply first, fill (second) and finish (third) coats; smooth each 
coat before joint compound hardens to minimize need for sanding; sand betveen coats 
and after finish coat. 

Painting of exterior gypsum soffit board after finish ct«t has dried is specified 
in DiYision-9 Section Tainting." 

PROTECTION 

Provi<te final protection and maintain conditions, in a manner suitable to Installer, 
vhich ensures gypsum dryvall construction being vithout damage or deterioration at 
time of Substantial Completion. 



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SECTION QQ27Q - GYPSUM BOARD SHAFT WALL SYSTEMS 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dravings aaid general provisions of Contract, including Oeneral and Supplementary 
Conditions and Division 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. 

STTMMARY 

This section incliKtes the following ^plications for gypsum board shaft vail systems: 

Elevator sheft enclosures. 

Stair-vell enclosures. 

Gypsum dryvall construction for 85>plications other than shaft vails is specified in 
Division 9 Section "Gypsum Dryvall." 

Application and finishine of gypsum vallboard is specified by reference to Division 9 
Section "Gypsum Dryvall." 

DEFINITIONS 

Gypsum board shaft vail systems are pretested assemblies of gypsum boards and metal 
components designed for erection from room-side of shaft. 

Gypsum Board Construction Terminolcgy: Refer to ASTM C 1 1 and GA 505 for definitions 
of terms for gypsiim board construction not othervise defined in this section or other 
referenced stan^terds. 

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 

Performance Requirements. General: Provide gypsum bc«rd shaft vnll systems 
complying vith performance requirements specified, as d emons trated by pretesting 
manufacturer's corresponding stock systems. 

Fire-Resistance Ratings : Vhere indicated, provide materials and constniction -fiiich 
are identical to those of assemblies, including those incorporating elevator door and 
other framing, vhose fire resistance has been determined per ASTM E 1 19 by a testing 
and inspecting organization acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction. 

Stnictural Performance Characteristics : Provide gypsum board shaft vail systems 
engineered to vithstand the foUoving lateral design loadings (air pressures), applied 

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transiently and cyclically, for maximum heights of partitions required, 'wthin the 
following deflection limits, verified by pretesting for deflection characteristics: 

Lateral Leading : 5psf. 

Deflection Limit: 1/120 of partition height. 
Sound Attenuation Performance: Provide gypsian txjard shaft vail systems designed 
and pretested to achieve the foUoving minimum ratings for sound transmission class 
(STC)per ASTME90. 

STC Rating: 47. 

SUBHrTTALS 

Product data from manufacturers for each type of gypsum board shaft vail system 
specified. 

Product test reixjrts indicating and interpreting test results relative to compliance of 
gypsum beard shaft vail systems vith fire resistance, structural performance and 
acoustical performance requirements. 

Research ret>Qrts or evaluation reports of the the model code organization acceptable to 
etuthorities having jurisdiction vhich evidence system's compliance vith requirements 
and vith building code in effect for Project. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Single Source Rest>onsibility: Obtain prodticts for gypsum board shaft vail systems 
from a single manufacturer for each type of system indicated. 

DELIVERY. STORAGE. AND HANDLING 

Deliver materials in original packages, containers or bundles bearing brand name and 
i<tentification of manufacturer or siQ>plier. 

Store materials insi<te under cover and keep them dry and protected against Manage 
from veather, direct sunlight, sxarface contamination, corrosion, constnjction traffic 
and other causes. Neatly stack gypsum boards flat to prevent sagging. 

Handle gypstMQ boards to prevent damage to e<fees, en<te and surfaces. Do not bend or 
othervise damage metal comer beads, trim, track, and studs. 

PROJECT CONDITIONS 

Comply vith requirements for environmental conditions, room temperat\»res and 
ventilation specified in the foUoving Division 9 Section: 

"Gypsum Dryvall." 



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PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
MANUTACTURERS 

Available Manufacturers : Subject to compliance Tith re<iuirements, manufacturers 
offering products 'vhich may be incorporated in the Vork include, but are not limited 
to, the following: 

Domtar Gypsum Co. 

Georgia piacific Corporation . 

Gold Bond Building ProdtJCts Div., National Gypsum Co. 

United States Gypsvjm Co. 

BASIC SYSTEM MATERIALS 

General . Provide standard materials and components listed in manufacttirer's 
published product literature for gypsum board shaft vail systems of type and 
explication indicated. 

Provide gypsum boards in maximum lengths available to eliminate or minimize 
end-to-end butt joints and in thickness required to produce assemblies 
complying -with strtjctural and other performance reqtiirements. 

Steel Trnirtif^r.- *^" *" '^^? of profile, size, and base metal thickness required to 
produce assemblies complying vith structural performance requirements, vith 
sectional properties computed to conform lith A IS I "Specification for Design of Cold- 
Formed Steel Structural Members.' 

Gypsum Shaftvall Board: ASTM C 442, Type X liner panel or coreboard designed for 
shaft vail construction, vith moisture-resistant pa$>er facings. 

Gypstm Vallboard: ASTM C 36, Type X, and as follovs: 

Edges: T84>ered. 

Gypsum Backing Board for Hulti-Laver Applications : ASTM C 442 or, iliere backing 
board is not available from manufacturer, gypstim vallboard, ASTM C 36, Type X, edge 
configuration as standard vith manufacturer. 

Trim Accessories: Provide comerbeads, edge trim and control joints of material and, 
ftir edge trim, sh8$>es specified in Division 9 section referenced belov and complying 
•%'iU.i ASTM C 1047 and gypstim board shaft vail manufacturer's recommendation for 
application indicated. 

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Gypsum Vallbcwfd .foint Treatment Matgrials : Provide materials complying i?ith ASTM 
C 475, ASTM C 840, recommendations of gypsum board shaft vail manufacturer for the 
e$>pli cation indicated, and as specified in Division 9 Section "Gyps\>m Dryvall." 

Miscellaneous Materials : Provide auxiliary materials for gypsum board shaft vail 
systems of the type and gra<te recommended by the manufacturer of the system and as 
foUo-vs: 

Laminating Adhesive : Special adhesive or joint compound recommended tor 
laminating gypsvan txMrds of type indicated. 

Gypstjm B(Mf d Screvs: ASTM C 1032. 

Runner Fasteners : Lov-velocity tool-driven fasteners of type, size and material 
required to "Withstand loading conditions imposed on shaft vail system vithout 
exceeding allovable <tesign stress of runner, fastener or stnxrttiral substrate in 
vhich anchor is embedded. 

Concealed Acoustical Sealant : Nondrying, nonhardening, nonskinning, 
nonstaining, gunnable synthetic rubber sealant complying vith requirements 
specified in Division 7 Section "Joint Sealers." 

Spot Grout: ASTM C 475, setting-type joint compound of type recommended for 
spot grouting hollo v metal daw frames. 

Sound Attenuation Blankets: Unfaced mineral fiber blanket insulation produced 
by combining mineral fibers of type described belov vith thermosetting resins 
to comply vith ASTM C 665 for Type I (blankets vithout membrane facing); and 
as follovs: 

Mineral Fiber Type : Fibers manufactured from glass or slag. 

BASIC SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 

General: Characteristics of selected components are described belov for purposes of 
indicating discrete gypsum b(»rd shaft vail systems vhich ere manufacturers' 
standard assemblies. Provide complete shaft vail systems vhich comply vith 
reqtjirements indicated. 

Cavity Shaft Vail Systexns: Provide assemblies consisting of gypsum shaft vail boards 
inserted betveen U- or J-shaped metal floor and ceiling tracks; vith specially sh85>ed 
st\>ds engaged in tracks and fitted be tv e en shaftvall boards; and gypstim boar<k on 
finished side or sides a$>plied to sttids in number of layers, thicknesses and 
arrangement indicated. 

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Stud Shftt>e : I C-H or double E. 
Stud Thickness : As indicated. 
Stud Itepth: As indicated. 

RootLi 5i'J: rin i>:h: One layer 5/8 inch thick gypsum board. 

Shaft-Si<te Finish: One layer of gypsum board of thickness indicated belov; 
provi*te only vhere finish is indicated on shaft side as ■snell as room side, 
othervise leave exi>osed. 

Thickness: 5/8 inch. 

Cavity Insulation : Provi<te sound attenuation blankets in cavity formed by stu<b 
betveen shaft vail board and rcom-side finish. 

PART ^ - EXECUTION 
EXAMINATION 

Eiamine substrates vhich gypsum btrard shaft vail constn>:tion attaches to or abuts 
including preset hoUov metal frames, elevator hoistvay "to>r frames, cast-in-anchors, 
and structural framing, vith Installer present, for compliance vith requirements for 
installation tolerances and other conditions affecting performance of shaft vail 
construction. Do not proceed vith installation until unsatisfactory conditions have 
been corrected. 

INSTALLATION OF GYPSUM BOARD SHAn VALL SYSTEMS 

general: Install gypsum txrard shaft vail systems to comply vith performance and 
other requirements indicated as veil as vith manufacturer's installation instnjctions 
and the foUoving: 

ASTM C 754 for installation of steel framing. 

Division 9 Section "Gypsum Dryvall" for 84>plication and finishing of gypsum 
Tailboard. 

Do not bridge building expansion joints vith shaft vail system, frame both sides of 
joints vith furring and other sxjppon as indicated. 

Install supplementary framing, blocking and bracing to siq>port gravity and pullout 
loads of fixtures, equipment, services, heavy trim, furnishings and similar vork vhich 



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cannot be awtequately supporte<J directly by regular framing of gypsum board shafl 
■wall system. 

SuctxM-t elevator hoistvay door frames independently of shaft i^l framing 
system, or reinforce system in accordance lith system manufacturer's 
instructions. 

Vhere handrails are indicated for direct attachment to gypsum board shaft vail 
system, provide not less than a 0.0341 inch thick by 4 inch 'vide galvanized steel 
reinforcement strip, accurately positioned and secured behind not less than one 
gypsum board face layer of 1 /2 inch or 5/8 inch thickness. 

Integrate stair hanger rods vith gypsum board shaft vail system irtiere indicated (and 
vhere possible); by locating cavity of system as required to enclose rods. 

At penetrations in shaft vail, maintain fire resistance rating of entire shaft vail 
assembly by installing sT.q>plementary fire protection behind boxes containing viring 
<tevices, elevator call buttons, elevator fl<x>r indicators, and similar items. 

Isolate shaft vail system from transfer of structural leading to system, both 
horizontally and vertically. Provide slip or cushioned type joints to attain lateral 
si;^port and avoid axial loading. Comply vith details shovn and vith manufacturer's 
instructions. 

Seal gyprum board shaft 'galls at perimeter of each section vhich abuts other vork and 
at juiuts and penetrations vithin each section. Install acoustical sealant to vithstand 
dislocation by air pressure differential betveen shaft and external spaces- comply vith 
manufacturer's instructions and ASTM C 919. 

In elevator shafts vhere gypsum txard shaft vail system cannot be positioned vithin 2 
inches of shaft face of structural beams, floor edges and similar projections into shaft, 
install 1 /2-inch or 5/8-inch thick gypsum board cants covering tops of projections as 
folio VS: 

Slope cant panels not more than 15 d^rees from vertical. Set base-e<fee of 
panels in gypsum board adhesive and secure top edges to shaft vails at 24 inches 
o.c. vith screvs fastened to shaft vail framing. 

Vhere cants exceed 2 inches, support gypstim board vith steel studs spaced 24 
inches o.c; extend studs from top of projection to shaft vail framing behind 
cant. 

PROT EC T IO y 

Provide final protection and maintain conditions in a manner acceptable to Installer, 
Tdiich ensures gypsxan beard shaft vail system construction being vithout <temage or 
deterioration at time of Substantial Completion. 



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SECTION OQ^OO - TILE 

PMT 1 - GE N E RAL 

RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Draifings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Svq>plementary 
Conditions and Division 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. 

SUMMARY 

This Section includes the foUoving: 

Unglazed quarry tile. 

Glazed vail tile. 

Related Sections. The foUoving sections contain requirements that relate to this 
Section: 

Division 1 Section Xoncrete ¥ork" for monolithic slab finishes specified for tile 

Division 7 Section "Joint Sealers" for sealing of expansion, contraction, control, 
and isolation joints in tile surfaces. 

SUBMITTALS 

General: Submit the following in accor^tence vith Conditions of Contract and Division 1 
Specification Sections. 

Product data for each type of product specified. 

Samples for initial selection i>unx)ses in form of manufacturer's color charts 
consisting of acttjal tiles or sections of tile shorving full range of colors, textures, and 
patterns available for each type and composition of tile indicated. Include samples of 
grout and accessories involving color selection. 

Samples for verification purposes of each item listed belov, prepared on samples of size 
and construction indicated, products involve color and texture variations, in sets 
shoiing full range of variations expected. 

Each type and composition of tile and for each color and texture required, at 
least 12 inches square, moimted on plyvood or hardboard backing and grouted. 



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full-size units of each type of trim and accessory for each color required. 

Metal e<fee strips in fr-inch lengths. 

Master gra<te certificates for each shipment, type, and composition of tile, signed by tile 
manufacturer and Installer. 

Material test reports from qualified in(tepen<tent testing latxjratory indicating and 
interpreting test results relative to compliance of tile and tile setting and gt^DUting 
products vith requirements indicated. 

Qualification <teta for firms and persons specified in "Quality Assurance" article to 
demonstrate their capabilities and experience. Include list of completed projects vith 
project names, addresses, names of Architects and Ovners, plus other information 
specified. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Single-Soxirce Responsibility for Tile : Obtain each color, grade, finish, type, 
coiiit o:i.fjjjii., iii. ■ .-_..., .1 _.. auDCi a single source vith resources to provide products 
of consistent quality in appearance and physical properties vithout delaying progress 
ofthe Vork. 

Single-Source Responsibility for Setting and Grouting Materials . Obtain ingredients of 
a uniform quality from one manufacturer for each cementitious and admixture 
component and from one source or producer for each aggregate. 

Installer Qxjalifications : Engage an experienced Installer "vho has stjccessfully 
completed tile installations similar in material, design, and extent to that indicated for 
Project. 

DELIVERY. STORAGE. AWD HANDLING 

Deliver and store packaged materials in original containers vith seals unbroken and 
labels intact until time of use. Comply vith requirement of ANSI A137.1 for labeling 
sealed tile packages. 

Prfvi 1' tjiu aae ur cuntamination to materials by vater, freezing, foreign matter, and 
other causes. 

PROTECT CONDITIONS 

Maintain environmental conditions and protect vork during and after installation to 
comply vith referenced standards and manufacturer's printed recommendations. 

Vent temporary heaters to exterior to prevent damage to tile vork from carbon dioxi<te 
buildup. 



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Maintoin temtygratures at 50 <teg F (10 <Jeg C) or more in tiled areas during installation 
an<1 fnr 7 <teys after completion, tmless higher temperatures are re<iuire<l by 
referenced installation stan<terd or manufacturer's instructions. 

EXTRA MATERIALS 

Deliver extra materials to Ovner . Furnish extra materials that match products installed 
as described belov, packeged vith protective covering for storage and identified lith 
labels clearly describing contents. 

Tile and Trim Units: Furnish quantity of full-size units equal to 3 percent of 
amount installed, for each type, composition, color, pattern, and size. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
MANUFACTURERS 

ManufeKrturers : Subject to compliance vith requirements, provide products by one of 
the following: 

Unglazed Qviarry Tile ; 

American Olean Tile Co., Inc. 

Buchtal Corp. USA 

Dai-Tile Corp. 

Metropolitan Ceramics Div., Metropolitan Industries, Inc. 

Mid-State Tile Co. 

Monarch Tile Manufacturing, Inc. 

Summitville Tiles, Inc. 

Texeramics Inc. 

Universal Ceramics, Inc. 

glazed Vail Tile: 

American Marrazzi Tile, Inc. 

American Olean Tile Co., Inc. 

Buchtal Corp. USA 

Dai-Tile Corp. 

International American Ceramics /Lauf en 

Mid-State Tile Co. 

Monarch Tile Manufacturing, Inc. 

Summitville Tiles. Inc. 

United States Ceramic Tile Co. 

Villeroy & Boch WSA.) Inc. 

Venczel Tile Co. of Florida 



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Dry-Set Mortors on<3 Groxjts : 

American Olean Tile Co., Inc. 

Boiardi Prodvicts Corp. 

Bostik Constrvjction Products Div. 

Custom Btiilding Products 

C-Cure Chemical Co. 

DAP Inc. Div.; USO Corp. 

L & M Mfg. Inc. 

Laticrete International Inc. 

Mej)eiCorp. 

Sotithem Grouts & Mortars, Inc. 

Summit ville Tiles, Inc. 

Syracuse Adhesives Co. 

Polyvinyl- Acetate-Based Latex-Portland Cement Dry Mortar Mix: 

Laticrete International Inc. 

Ethylene-Vinyl-Acetate-Based Latex-Portland Cement Dry Mortars: 

Am*»r»caf> fttefm Tile Co., Inc. 

Boiardi Products Corp. 

Bostik Construction Prodi»cts Div. 

C-Cure Chemical Co. 

DAP Inc. Div.; USG Corp. 

Mapei Corp. 

Southern Grouts & Mortars, Inc. 

Sufflfflitville Tiles, Inc. 

Syracuse Adhesives Co. 

Latex-Emulsion-Based Latex-Portland Cement Mortars : 

Afiici iv,<ui ulcoiji iiic Lu., iiiv. 

Boiardi Products Corp. 

Bostik Construction Products Div. 

Custom Building Products 

C-Cure Chemical Co. 

DAP Inc. Div.; USG Corp. 

L&MMfg. Inc. 

Laticrete International Inc. 

Me5>eiCorp. 

Southern Grouts & Mortars, Inc. 

Summitville Tiles, Inc. 

Syracuse Adhesives Co. 



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Furan Mortars and Grouts : 

Atlas Minerals & Chemicals, Inc. 
L & M Mfg. Inc. 
Lalicrete International Inc. 
Summitville Tiles, Inc. 

Modified Epoxy Emiilsion Mortars: 

American Olean Tile Co., Inc. 

Boiardi Prodtjcts Corp. 

Bostik Construction Products Div. 

Custom Building Prodtjcts 

C-Cure Chemical Co. 

DAP Inc. Div.; USG Corp. 

L & M Mfg. Inc. 

Laticrete International Inc. 

Mapei Corp. 

Summitville Tiles, Inc. 

Syracuse Adhesives Co. 

Ethylene-Vinyl-Acetate-Based Latex-Portland Cement Prepackaged Dry Grout 
Mixes : 

American Olean Tile Co., Inc. 
Boiardi Products Corp. 
C-Cure Chemical Co. 
DAP Inc. Div.; USG Corp. 
Southern Grouts & Mortars, Inc. 
Summitville Tiles, Inc. 

Styrene Butadiene Rubber Emulsions for Latex-Portland Cement Grouts : 

Boiardi Products Corp. 
C-Cure Chemical Co. 
Laticrete International Inc. 
Southern Grouts & Mortars, Inc. 
Syracuse Adhesives Co. 

Acrylic Emiolsions for Latex-Portland Cement Grouts: 

American Olean Tile Co., Inc. 

Boiardi Products Corp. 

Bostik Construction Products Div. 

Custom Building Products 

C-Cure Chemical Co. 

DAP Inc. Div.; USG Corp. 

L&HMfg.Inc. 



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Laticrete International Inc. 

UafieiCorp. 

Southern Groi«s & Mortars, Inc. 

Summitrille Tiles, Inc. 

Syracuse Adhesives Co. 

Chemical-Resistant. Vater-Cleanable Tile Grouting Epoxies: 

American Clean Tile Co., Inc. 

Atlas Minerals & Chemicals, Inc. 

Bostik Constniction Products Div. 

C-Cxjre Chemical Co. 

L&MMfg. Inc. 

Laticrete International Inc. 

MapeiCorp 

Somhem Grouts & Mortars, Inc. 

Summitville Tiles, Inc. 

Syracuse Adhesives Co. 

Modified Epoxy Emulsion Grouts: 

Boiardi Products Corp. 

Bostik Construction Products Div. 

Custom Building Products 

C-Cure Chemical Co. 

L&MMfg. Inc. 

Laticrete International Inc. 

Summitville Tiles, Inc. 

Syracuse Adhesives Co. 

PRODUCTS, GENERAL 

ANSI Standard for Ceramic Tile: Comply vith ANSI A137.1 "American National Standard 
Specifications for Ceramic Tile" for types, compositions, and grades of tile indicated. 

Furnish tile complying "vith "Standard Grade" requirements unless othenise 
indicated. 

ANSI Sten<terd for Tile Installation Materials : Comply vith ANSI standard referenced 
irith products and materials indicated for setting and grouting. 

Coefficient of Friction of ¥earing Surfaces: Vet and dry values of at least 0.60" vhen 
tested in accordance vith CTI 69-5. 

Colors. Teitures, and Patterns : Vhere manufacturer's standard products are indicated 
for tile, grout, and other products reqtiiring selection of colors, surface textures, 
patterns, and other appearance characteristics, provide specific products or materials 
complying vith the foUoving requirements: 



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Pnm<te selections made by Architect from manufacturer's full range of 
standard colors, textures, and patterns for products of type indicated 

Pruvide tile trim and accessories from selections made by Architect from 
manufacturer's full range of standard colors, textures, and patterns for products 
of type indicated. 

Factory Blending : For tile exhibiting color variations vithin the ranges selected 
during sample submittals, blend tile in factory and package accordingly so that tile 
units taken from one package shov the same range in colors as those taken from other 
packages and match approved samples. 

Motmting: Vhere factory-mounted tile is required, provide back- or e<fee-mounted tile 
assemblies as standard vith manufacttirer unless another mounting method is 
indicated. 

Vhere tile is indicated for installation in vet areas, do not use back- or edge- 
motmted tile assemblies unless tile manufacturer specifies that this type of 
mounting is suitable for these kinds of uses and has been successfully used on 
other projects. 

Factory- Apf lied Temporary Protective Ccwiting: Vhere indicated vmder tile type, 
protect exposed surfaces of tile against adherence of mortar and grout by precoating 
them fith a continuous film of petroleum paraffin vox, applied hot. Do not coat 
unexposed tile surfaces. 



TILE PRODUCTS 

Unglazed Quarry Tile (Fltrors) : Provide square-edged flat tile complying vith the 
following requirements: 

Vearing Surface : Abrasive aggregate embedded in surface vhere indicated; 
nonabrasive else vhere. 

Nominal Facial Dimensions: S'xd". 

Nominal Thickness: 1/2". 

Face: As selected by the Architect. 

For furan grotited quarry tile, precoat vith temporary protective coating. 

Glazed Quarry Tile (Vails): Provide square-edged flat tile complying vith the folloving 
requirements: 



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V&cj in£'. Surface: Abrasive eiDt>e<}<Jed in surf&ce vhere indicated; nonabrasive 
elsevhere. 

Nominal locM Dimensions : 4 1 /4" 2 4 1 /4". 

Nominal Thickness: 1/2". 

race : As selected by the Architect. 

Trim Units: Provide tile trim units to match characteristics of adjoining flat tile and to 
comply irith following requirements: 

Size: As indicated, coordinated vith sizes and coursing of adjoining flat tile 
■where a$)plicable. 

Shapes : As foUovs, selected from manufacturer's standard sh8|>es: 

Base for Thinset Mortar Installations : Straight. 

VainscQt Cap for Thinset Mortar Installations : Surface b\3llnose. 

Vainscot Cap for Flush Conditions : Regular flat tile for conditions vhere 
tile vainscot is shovn flush vith vail surface above. 

External Comers for Thinset Installations: Surface bullnose. 

Internal Corners : Field-butted square comers, except use coved base and 
cap angle pieces designed to member vith stretcher shapes. 

Tapered Transition Tile: She$>e designed to effect transition betv^n 
thickness of tile floor and adjoining floor finishes of different 
thickness, tapered to provide a reduction in thickness from 1 /2 inch to 
1 /4 inch across nominal 4 INCH dimension. 

SEniNG MATERIALS 

Latex-Portland Cement Mortar: ANSI Al 18.4, composition as follovs: 

Prepackaged dry mortar mix composed of Portland cement, graded aggregate, 
and the foUoving dry polymer additive in the form of a reemulsifiable pov<ter 
to vhich only vater is ad<ted at job site. 

Dry Polymer Additive: Manufacturer's standard. 

GROUTING MATERIALS 

Latex-Portland Cement Grout: ANSI A 1 18.6, color as indicated, composition as follovs: 

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Prepackaged dry grout mix comt'osed of portland cement, graded aggregate, and 
the foUoving dry polymer additive in the form of a reemulsifiable povder to 
•irtiich only vater is added at job site. 

Dry Polymer Additive: Polyvinyl acetate or ethylene vinyl acetate. 

Chemical-Resistant Epoxy Grout : ANSI Al 18.3, color as indicated. 

Provide product c€$>able of resisting continuous and intermittent exposure to 
temperatures of \^ to 140 deg F (60 deg C) and 212 deg F (100 deg C), respectively, 
as certified by mortar manufacturer for intended \xse. 

Chemical-Resistant Furan Grout : ANSIA118.5. 

MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS 

Metal Edge Strips : Zinc alloy or stainless steel terrazzo strips, 1 /8-inch vide at top edge 
vith integral provision for anchorage to mortar bed or substrate unless otherrise 
indicated. 

Temporary Protective Coating: Provide product indicated belov that is formulated to 
protect exposed surfaces of tile against adherence of mortar and grout, is compatible 
vith tile and mortar /grout products, and is easily removable after grouting is 
completed vithotit damaging grout or tile. 

Petroleum t>araffin vax, fully refined, tasteless, odorless, containing at least 0.5 
percent oil vith amelting point of 120 <teg F (49 d^ C) to 140 deg F (60 deg C) per 
ASTMD87. 

Grout release in form of manufacturer's standard proprietary liquid coating that is 
specially formulated and recommended for use as a temporary protective coating for 
tile. 

MIXING MORTARS AND GROUT 

Mix mortars and grouts to comply vith requirements of referenced standards and 
manufacturers including those for accurate proportioning of materials, vater, or 
additive content; type of mixing eqiJipment, selection of mixer speeds, mixing 
containers, mixing time, and other procedures needed to produce mortars and grouts of 
uniform quality vith optimum performance characteristics for application indicated. 



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EIAMIHATION 

Eiamine substrates and areag vhere tile vill be installed, vith Installer present, for 
compliance vith reqmrements for installation tolerances and other conditions 
affecting performance of installed tile. 

Verify that stibstrates for setting tile are firm, dry, clean, and free from oil or 
■waxy films and curing cofflpoun<te. 

Verify that installation of groun<b, anchors, recessed frames, electrical and 
mechanical units of irork, and similar items located in or behind tile has been 
completed before installing tile. 

Do not proceed vith installation until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected. 

PREPARATION 

Blending : For tile exhibiting color variations vithin the ranges selected during 
sample submittals, verify that tile has been blended in factory and packaged 
accordingly so that tile units taken from one package shov the same range in colors as 
those taken from other packages and match approved samples. If not factory blended, 
either return to manufacturer or blend tiles at Project site before installing. 

Field- Applied Temcorar v Protective Coating : Vhere indicated un<ter tile type or needed 
to prevent adhesion or staining of exposed tile surfaces by grout, protect exposed 
surfaces of tile against adherence of mortar and grout by precepting them vith a 
continuous film of temporary protective coating indicated belov, taking care not to 
coat unexposed tile surfaces: 

Petroleum paraffin vax or groiit release. 

INSTALLATION, GENERAL 

ANSI Tile Installation Stan<terd: Comply vith parts of ANSI 108 series of tile installation 
standards included un<ter "American National Standard Specifications for the 
Installation of Ceramic Tile" that 8$>ply to type of setting and grouting materials and 
methods indicated. 

TCA Installation Guidelines : TCA "Handbook fi)r Ceramic Tile Installation"; comply -nth 
TCA installation methods indicated. 

Extend tile i?Drk into recesses and under or behind equipment and fixtvires to form a 
complete covering vithout interrt;q>tions except as otherwise shovn. Terminate inork 
neatly at obstructions, e<%es, and corners vithotjt disn;q>ting pattern or joint 
alignments. 



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Accurately form intersections end returns. Perform cutting end drilling of tile lithout 
marring visible surfaces. Carefully grind cut edges of tile abutting trim, finish, or 
btiilt-in items for straight aligned joints. Fit tile closely to electrical otiUets, piping, 
fixtures, and other penetrations so that plates, collars, or covers overlap tile. 

Jointing Pattern . Unless other vise shovn, lay tile in grid pattern. Align joints vhen 
adjoining tiles on floor, base, vails, and trim are same size. Lay out tile vork and center 
tile fields in both directions in each space or on each vail area. Adjust to minimize tile 
cutting. Provide uniform joint vidths imless othervise shovn. 

For tile mounted in sheets, make joints betv^n tile sheets same vidth as joints 
vithin tile sheets so that extent of each sheet is not apparent in finished vork. 

Lay out tile vainscots to next full tile beyond dimensions indicated. 

Ext>ansion .feints : Locate expansion joints and other sealant-filled joints, including 
control, contraction, and isolation joints, vhei^ indicated during installation of setting 
materials, mortar beds, and tile. Do not sav cut joints after installation of tiles. 

Locate joints in tile surfaces directly above joints in concrete substrates. 

Grout tile to comply vith the requirements of the folloving installation standards: 

For ceramic tile grouts (sond-portlond cement, dry^sct, commercial p>ortlnnd 
cement, and latex-portland cement grouts), comply vith ANSI A 108. 10. 

For chemical-resistant epoxy grouts, comply vith ANSI A 108 .6. 

For chemical-resistant furan grouts, comply vith ANSI A1(K.8. 

FLOOR INSTALLATION METHODS 

Quarry Tile: Install tile to comply vith requirements indicated belov for setting-bed 
method, TCA installation method related to type of stJbfloor constnjction, and grout 
type: 

Portland Cement Mortar: ANSIAlCB.l. 

Bond Coat: Latex-portland cement mortar on cured bed, ANSI A108.5. 
Latex-portland cement mortar. 
Latex-Portland Cement Mortar: ANSI kl085. 

Concrete Subfloor. Interior : TCA Fl 15- 



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Grout: Chemical-resistant ejKJxy or furan at contractor's option. 

VALL TILE INSTALLATION MHRODS 

Install tyt>es of tile <lesignate<3 for vail application to comply vith requirements 
indicated belov for setting-bed methods, TCA installation metho<k related to subsurface 
"voll conditions, and grout types: 

Latex-Portland Cement Mortar: ANSIA1(K.5. 

Vood or Metal Stu<te. Interior : TCA ¥243- 

Groin: Latex-portland cement. 

CLEANING AND PROTECTION 

Cleaning: Upon completion of placement and grouting, clean all ceramic tile surfaces 
so they are free of foreign matter. 

Remove latex-portland cement grout residig from tile as soon as possible. 

Unglazed tile may be cleaned vith acid solutions only vhen permitted by tile 
and grout manufacturer s printed instructions, but no sooner than H days after 
installation. Protect metal surfaces, cast iron, and vitreous plumbing fixtures 
from effects of acid cleaning. Flush surface vith clean vater before and after 
cleaning. 

Remove temt>orary t>rotective coating by method recommended by coating 
manufacturer that is acceptable to brick and groxjt manufactiffer. Trap and 
remove coaling to prevent it from clogging drains. 

Finished Tile Vork : Leave finished installation clean and free of cracked, chipped, 
broken, unbonded, and othervise defective tile vork. 

Provide final protection and maintain conditions in a manner acceptable to 
manufacturer and installer that ensures that tile is vithout damage or deterioration at 
time of Substantial Completion. 

¥hen recomtipfindftd by tile manufacturer. aj>ply a protective <x^\ of neutral 
protective cleaner to completed tile vails and floors. Protect installed tile vork 
vitlj kraft paper or other heavy covering dtiring construction period to 
prevent staining, damage, and vear. 

Prohibit foot and vfaeel traffic from tiled floors for at least 7 days after grovrting 
is completed. 



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Before final inspection remove protective coverings and rinse neutral cleaner from 
tile surfaces. 



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SECTION Og6SO - RESILIENT FLOORING 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DXUMEHTS 

Drawings and general provisions of Contract, inclu<ling General end Supplementary 
Conditions and Division 1 Specification sections, apply to vork of this section. 

DESCRIPTION or VORK 

Extent of resilient flcmring and accessories is shovn on dravings and in schedules. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Manufacturer: Provide each type of resilient flooring and accessories as produced by a 
siti£;Ie manufacturer, including recommended primers, adhesives, sealants, and 
leveling compounds. 

Eire Test Performance . Provide resilient flooring ^rtiich complies vith the foUoving 
fire test performance criteria as <tetermined by an indepen<tent testing laboratory 
acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction. 

Critical Radiant Flux (CRF) : Not less than the folloving rating as per ASTM E 648. 

0.45vattspersq.cm. 

name Spread : Not more than 75 per ASTM E 84. 

Smoke Developed: Not more than 450 per ASTM E 84. 

Smoke Density: Not more than 450 per ASTM E 662. 

SUBMIHALS 

Product Data: Submit manufacturer's technical data for each type of resilient flooring 
and accessory. 

Samples for Initial Selection Purtxges : Submit manufacturers stanza* d color charts in 
form of actual sections of resilient flooring, including »:cessories, shoving full range 
of colors and patterns available, for each type of resilient flooring required 

Samples for Verification Purposes: Submit the following samples of each type, color, 
and pattern of resilient flooring required, shoving full-range of color and pattern 
variations. 

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Full size tile samples. 

6° X 9° samples of sheet flcwring. 

2-1/2° long samples of resilient flcroring accessories. 

Certification for Fire Test Performance : Submit certification from in<tepen<tent testing 
laboratory acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction that resilient flcwring complies 
•with fire test performance requirements. 

Maintenance Instructions : Submit 2 copies of manufacturer's recommended 
maintenance practices for each type of resilient fl(x>ring and accessory required. 

PRO lECT CONDITIONS 

Maintain minimum temt>erature of 65**F (18*^) in spaces to receive resilient flcwring 
for at least 48 hours prior to installation, during installation, and for not less than 48 
hours after installation. Store resilient flooring materials in spaces vhere they vill be 
installed for at least 48 hours before beginning installation. Subsequently, maintain 
minimum temperature of S^^'F (13**C) in areas vhere vork is completed. 

Install resilient flooring and accessories after other finishing operations, including 
painting, have been completed. Do not install resilient flooring over concrete slabs 
until the latter have been cured and are sufficiently dry to achieve bond vith adhesive 
as <tetermined by manufacturer's recommended bond and moisture test. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS 

Manufacturer : Subject to compliance vith requirements, provide products of one of 
the following: 

Manufacturers of Vinyl CQmt>QSitiQn Tile: 

Amtico Flcciring Div., American Bil trite Inc. 

Armstrong Vorld Indvjstries, Inc. 

Azrock Flc»r Products Div., Azrock Industries, Inc. 

Kentile Floors, Inc. 

Tarkett Inc. 

Manufacturers of Filled Vinyl Sheet vith Fibrous Backing: 

Armstrong Vorld Industries, Inc. 



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Manufacturers of Vipvl ¥all Base: 

Armstrong Vorld Industries, Inc. 

Azroclw ricror Products Div., Azrock Industries, Inc. 

Flexco Div., Textile Rubber Co. 

Johnson Rubber Co., Inc. 

Ken tile Floors, Inc. 

Mercer Plastics Co., Inc. 

Vinyl Plastics, Inc. 

RESILIENT FLOORING COLORS AND PATTERNS 

Provide color and patterns as indicated, or if not otherwise indicated, as selected by 
Architect from manufacturer's standards. 

TILE FLOORING 

Vinyl Comt>osition Tile : FS SS-T-3I2, Type IV; 12" x 12" unless othervise indicated, and 
as foUoTS^: 

Composition 1 - asbestos-free. 

Gage : 1/8". 

VINYL SHEET FLOORING 

Filled Vinyl sheet products are those vith a vinyl plastic vearlayer vith <tescriptive 
requirements of FS L-F-475 for -vearing sijrface. 

Filled Vinyl Sheet vith Backing : Provi<te vinyl sheet vith filled vinyl plastic -rearlayer 
and fibrous backing complying vith FS L-F-475, Type II, Grade A requirements, vith 
manufacturer's recommended static load limit of 100 psi, and 72" minimum sheet vldth. 

Federal Standard : Comply vith FS L-F-475, Type II, Grade A requirements except 
for overall thickness, backing and dimensional stability requirements. 

Static L(»d Limit: 125 psi minimum as recommended by manufacturer 

Thickness: 0.080" nominal. 

Sheet Vidth : 6'-0" minimum. 

ACCESSORIES 

Vinvl ¥all Base: Provide vinyl base complying irtth FS SS-V-40, Type IL vith matching 
end stops and preformed or molded corner units, and as follovs; 



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Height: 4". 

Thickness: 1/8" gage. 

Style: Stetndard top-set cove. 

Finish: Matte. 

Resilient Edge Strii>s : 1 /8° thick, homogeneous vinyl or rubber composition, t8$>ere<3 or 
bullnose edge, color to match flooring, or as selected by Architect from stan<fard colors 
available; not less than 1 " "side. 

Metal Edge Strips : Of -sidth shown and of required thickness to protect exposed edge of 
resihent flooring. Provi<te units of maximum available length, to minimize number of 
joints. 

Material : Extruded aluminum vith mill finish, unless otherwise shovn. 

Type: Butt type metal edge strips for concealed anchorage. 

Adhesives (Cements) : Vaterproof. stabilized type as recommended by flcoring 
manufacturer to suit material and substrate conditions. 

Concrete Slab Primer : Non-staining type as recommended by flooring 

Leveling and Patching Compovtrid : Latex types ec recommended by flooring 
manufacturer. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 
I HSPECTIOH 

Require Installer to inspect subfloor surfaces to <tetermine that they are satisfactory. A 
satisfactory subflror surface is <tefined as one that is smcroth and free from cracks, 
holes, ridges, ccraitings preventing adhesive bond, and other defects impairing 
performance or appearance. 

Perform bond and moisture tests on concrete subflrors to <tetermine if surfaces are 
sufficiently cured and dry as "well as to ascertain presence of curing compoun<fe. 

Do not alloy resilient flcwring "york to proceed until subfloor surfaces are satisfactory. 



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PREPARATION 

Pfet>afe subfloor surfaces as follows : 

Use leveling and patching comt>oun<b as recommended by resilient flooring 
manufacturer for filling small cracks, holes and depressions in subfloors. 

Remove coatings from subflcwr surfaces that vould prevent adhesive bond, 
including curing compounds incompatible vith resilient flooring adhesives, 
paint, oils, "vaxes and sealers. 

Broom clean or vacuum surfaces to be covered, and inspect subfloor. 

At>t>ly concrete slab primer, if recommended by flooring manufactvirer, prior to 
application of adhesive. Apply in compliance vith manufacturer's directions. 

INSTALLATION, GENERAL 

Install resilient flooring using method indicated in strict compliance fith 
manufacturer's printed instrtictions. Extend flooring into toe spaces, <toor reveals, and 
into closets and similar openings. 

Scr ibe, cut, and fit resilient flooring to permanent fixtures, built-in furniture and 
cabinets, pipes, outlets and permanent columns, -vails and partitions. 

Maintain reference markers, holes, or openings that are in place or plainly marked for 
future cutting by repeating on finish flooring as marked on subfloor. Use chalk or 
other non-permanent marking device. 

Install resilient flooring on covers f or telephone and electrical ducts, and other such 
items as occur vithin finished floor areas. Maintain overall continuity of color and 
pattern vith pieces of flooring installed on these covers. Tightly cement edges to 
perimeter of flcwr around covers and to covers. 

Tightly cement resilient flooring to subbase without open cracks, voids, raising and 
puckering at joints, telegraphing of adhesive spreader marks, or other surface 
imperfections. Hand roll resilient flooring at perimeter of each covered area to assure 
adhesion. 

INSTALLATION OF TILE FLOORS 

Lay tile from center marks established vith principal iralls, discounting minor offsets, 
so that tile at opposite edges of room are of e<it«l irtdth . Adjust as necessary to avoid use 
of cut vidths less than 1/2 tile at room perimeters. Lay tile sq\>are to room axis, unless 
otherwise shovn. 



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Match tiles for color and oattern by using tile from cartons in same sequence as 
manxifactiired and packaged if so numbered. Cut tile neatly around all fixtures. 
Broken, cracked, chipped, or deformed tiles are not acceptable. 

Lay tile vith grain running in one direction. 

Adhere tile flooring to substrates using full spread of adhesive ^plied in compliance 
vith flooring manufacturer's directions. 

INSTALLATION OF SHEH FLOOR IHG 

Lay sheet nooring to provide as fev seams as possible vith economical use of materials. 
Match edges for color shading and pattern at seams in compliance i^th menufepsturer's 
recommendations. 

Adhere sheet flcwaring to substrates using method approved by flcwring manufacturer 
for type of sheet flooring and substrate condition indicated. 

Use cunventional full spread adhe-sive method unless otherwise indicated. 
Use conventional perimeter t>Qnding adhesive procedures vhere recommended 

Prei>e(re seems in vinyl sheet flooring in accordance vith manufacturer's instr\*ctions 
for most inconspictxius appearance, sealing continuously vith fluid-applied sealant or 
adhesive as standard vith manufacturer . 

Provide integral flash cove base vhere shovn on dravings, including cove support 
strip and metal top edge strip. Construct coved base in accordance vith manirfactvirer's 
instructions. 

On masonry surfaces or other similar irregular vertical substrates, fill voids 
betveen metal top e<^e strip cove cap and vertical surface vith manufacttirer's 
recommended adhesive filler material. 

INSTALLATION OF ACCESSORIES 

Apply vail base to vails, columns, pilasters, casevork and other permanent fixtures in 
rooms or areas vhere base is reqtiired. Install base in lengths as long as practicable, 
vith preformed comer units, or fabricated from base materials vith mitered or coped 
insi<te comers. Tightly bond base to stjbstrate throughout length of each piece, vith 
continuous contact at horizontal and vertical surfaces. 

On masonry surfaces, or other similar irregular stibstrates. fill voids along top 
e<^e of resilient vail base vith manufacturer's recommen<ted adhesive filler 
material. 



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Place resilient edge strips tightly butted to flooring and secure vith adhesive. Install 
edging strips at edges of flooring vhich vovld otherwise be exposed. 

Apply overlap metal edge strips vhere shoTm on drarsings, and after flooring 
iiiilalliiAiou. Secuie uiiiL lu ^ul^u^^w niJi countersunk stainless steel anchoi^, 
complying vith edge strip manufacturer's recommendations. 

Apply butt type metal edge strips vhere shovn on dravings, and before installation of 
resilient flooring. Secure units to substrate vith countersunk stainless st^l anchors, 
complying "vith manufacturer s recommendations. 

Apply resilient accessories to stairs as indicated and in strict accordance vith 
manufacturer's installation instructions. 

CLEANING AHD PROTECTION 

Perform following operations immediately upon completion of resilient flooring; 

Sveep or vacuum floor thoroi^hly. 

Do not vash floor until time period recommended by resilient flooring 
manufacttirer has elapsed to allov resilient flooring to become veil-sealed in 
adhesive. 

Damp-mop floor being careful to remove black marks and excessive soil. 

Remove any excess adhesive or other surface blemishes, using appropriate 
cleaner recommended by resilient flooring manufactiirers. 

Protect flooring against damage during construction period to comply vith resilient 
flooring manufacturer's directions. 

Apply protective floor polish to resilient flooring surfaces free from soil, excess 
adhesive or surface blemishes. Use commercially available metal cross-linked 
acrylic prodtjct acceptable to resilient flooring manufacturer. 

Protect resilient flooring against damage from rolling lMi«te for initial period 
folio ving installation by covering vith plyvood or hardboard. Use dollies to 
move stationary equipment or furnishings across floors. 

Cover resilient flooring vith undyed, untreated building paper until inspection 
for substantial completion. 



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EXTRA STOCK 

Deliver stock of maintenance materials to Ovner. Furnish maintenance materials from 
same manufactured lot as materials installed and enclosed in protective packaging "rith 
s$)propriate i<tentifying labels. 

Tile Flooring : Furnish not less than one box for each yQ boxes or fraction 
thereof, for each type, color, pattern and size installed. 

Sheet Fleering : Furnish not less than 5 linear yards for each type, color and 
pattern installed. 



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SECTION 09660 - CARPETING 

PART 1 - GENERAL 

RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dra'^i'ings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary 
Conditions and Di^^sion-l Specification sections, apply to ^xirk of this section. 

SUMMARY 

Extent, location and details of each type of carpeting are indicated on dravings, carpet 
datasheets and in schedules. 

York of this section includes furnishing and installation of carpeting, carpet cushion, 
adhesi^Tes and acc.e.ssories 

DEFINITIONS 

Commercial Carpet : Carpet intended for use in commercial and public spaces, vith 
construction, fire ratings, static control and appearance appropriate foi' this use. 

SUBMITTALS 

Prodi>?t Data : Submit manufacturer's prodixt literature and installation mstru^rtions 
for each X';pe of carpeting material and installation accessory required. Include 
methods of installation for each t-j/pe of substrate. 

Submit \5Titten data on physical characteristics, durability, resistance to fading 
and flame resistance characteristics. 

Shop Dra^^nes : Submit shop dra'sdngs shoMng carpel layout and seaming diagrams, 
clearly indicating carpet direction, and t^fpes of edge strips. Indicate columns, 
dooT'^raYS. enclosing vails /partitions, built-in cabinets, and locations vhere cutouts are 
required in carpet. Shov installation details at any special conditions. 

Samples for Initial Selection Purposes : Submit manufacturer's standard size samples 
and color yarns shoTt/ing full range of colors, textures and f>attems available for each 
type of carpet required. 

Samples for Verification Purposes : Submit the follo-sring: 

IS" square samples of each xji^e of carpet material required. 

12" long samples of e.ach type exposed edge stripping and accessory items. 

6" square samples of each type of carpet cushion. 



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Prepare s&mples from same material to t>e used for the vork. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Installer Qualification.' : Firm specialising in carpet installation mxh not less than 2 
years of experience in installation of carpeting similar to that reqwred for tliis project. 

Single Source Responsibility . Provide material produced t>y a single manufacturer for 

each carpet type. 

nSTING 



Test Reports - Submit certified test reports e^adencing compliance 'sith requirements 
for the foUo'^ang: 

Fire performance characteristics. 

Fire Performance Characteristics : Pro'nde carpeting that is identical to that tested for 
the follovmg fire performaiice requirements, according to test method indicated, by 
UL or other testing and inspecting agency acceptable to authorities having 
jurisdiction. 

Flammability As foUo'^'S: 

Rating : Passing Methenamine Pill Test. 

Test Method : ASTMD28!)9. 

Sm-face Burning Characteristics : As follo'S's: 

Flaiae Spread : Not more than 200. 
Smoke Developed : Not more than 100. 

Test Method : ASTME84. 

Critical Radiant Flux : As follows: 

Rating : Not less than 0.22 'sratts per sq. centimeter. 

Test Method : ASTM E 648. 

Physical Properties : Provide carpeting that is identical to that tested for the folloTiing 
physical properties, according to the test method indicated. 

Fade Resistance: As follo'S's: 



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Rating: Maximum grey scale factor of 40 hours. 

Test Method : AATCC 16E. 

Static Resistarice : 

Rating: 1 5 KV vhen tested at 20% R.H/70 deg F. 

Test Method : AATCC 134. 

Certification: Submit manufacturer's certificate stating that materials furnished 
comply vith specified requirements. Include supporting certified laboratory testing 
data indicating that material meets specified test requirements. 

DELIVERY. STORAGE. AND HANDLING 



Deliver materials to project site in original factory 'STappings and containers,, clearly 
labeled '^'ith identification of manufacturer brand name., quality or grade., fire hazard 
classification, and lot number. Store materials in original undamaged packages and 
c-ontainers.. inside '^'ell-ventilated area protected from veather, moisture, soiling, 
extreme temperatui'es, humidity.- laid flat, blocked off ground to pre\'ent sagging and 
■warping. Maintain temper atui'e in storage areaabo^'e 40 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Comt'ly ■^'ith instructions and recommendations of manufacturer for special delivery, 
storage, and handling requirements. 

SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULING 

Sequence carpet installation '^'ith other w^rk to minimize possibility of damage and 
soiling dtiring remainder of construction period. 

MAINTENANCE 

Maintenance Instructions : Submit manufactui'ers printed instructions for 
maintenance of installed Trork, including methods and frequency recommended for 
maintaining optimum condition under anticipated traffic and use coiiditions Include 
precautions against materials and methods vhich may be detrimental to finishes and 
performance 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

MATERIALS 

General: Detailed carpet construction for each carpet type required specified in carpet 
data sheet at end of this section. 



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Carpet Fiber : 

Continuoiis Multililaipent Polypropylene. 

Carpet ConsTruotion : 

Fabricate carpet by the construjtion method in<3ica.te<3 on data sheets, using 
maiiitfacturer's standard process, as recognised in indmtry. 

Tufted cerp-et. 

Carpet St^'le : 

Le\'elloop 

Gaugeg end Stitches : 

Stitchegor Rq's^. : Provide stitcher or ro'^rs as indicated. 

Gauge or Fitch : Provide stitches or rovs as indicated. 

Yarn Description . 

Spuii Cai'pet Yarn : Provide yai'n size /tvist /plies vhich result in cai'pet 
appearance to match Architect's sample (s) as designated for control /selection of 
color, pattern, and texture. 

Finished Carpet Face Yarn : Provide finished face yarn in size, tvist, plies to 
match Architect's sample (s) designated for control /selection of color, pattern, 
and texture. 

File Height : Provide thickness indicated on datasheet. 

Pile Face ¥eight : Provide freights indicated on data sheet. 

FHA Density : Provide densities indicated on data sheet. 

Carpet Color, Pattern, and Texttjre: 

Provide materials in colors and patterns (if applicable) as selected by Architect from 
manufacturer's standard colors and patterns. 

Dyeing Method : Provide dyed material, as recommended by mill to comply vith 

requirements, including apj>earaiice and test possible appearance retention. 

Solution dyed. 
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Carpet Backing : 

Primary Backing : Provide iroven construction or sheet goods, of natural or 
synthetic fibers or non-voven sheets, as applicable to carpet construction 
indicated., and as appropriate for service and exposures indicated. 

Secondary Backing : Provide 6.0 02. per sq. yd. voven jute carpet backing., or 
pro^'ide 3.5 oz. per sq. yd. voven synthetic fit>er carpet backing. Laminate to 
primary backing ^ith latex or similar adhesive recommended by manufacturer; 
pro^/ide a bond strength of 2 lbs. per in. 

Back Coatme : Liquid latex or polyurethane coating or manufacturer's similar 
equivalent coating as required for carpet stability and tuft bind Unless 
other^ase indicated, provide tuft bind of not less than 13 lbs. for looped pile. 

Tufted Carpet : Provide co8.ting veight of not less than 20 02. per sq. yd. 

Available Manufacturers : Subject to compliance vith requirements, manui^acturers 
offering prodiocts vhich may be incorporated into the ^-ork inclu^je: 

Armstrong ¥orld Indiostries, Inc. 

Bigelov-Sanford, Inc. 

C8.bin Craft Csrpets 

Collins and Aikman 

Coiwistsn Inc. 

Gulistaii Carpet /.J.P. Stevens Co. 

J. & J. Industries 

Karastan Rug Mills 

Lees Carpet /Division Burlington Industries 

Millikin and Co. 

Moha'^^'k Carpet 

Stratton Industries 

¥ellco Business Carpet 

CARPET CUSHION 

Materials: 



General : Provide cushion vhich passes ASTM D 2859 (DOC FF-1-70.) for flammability, 
treated vith mildev resistance and, if applicable, permanent moth proofing; stenli2ed, 
bonded to finished top surface appropriate for xy^e of cushion. Cushion shall meet the 
requirements of the Massachusetts Architectural Barriers Board. 

Polyester Fiber Cushion : Permanently inflated, closed cell polyester compressed 
mat. 



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Density : Provide minimum density as indicated. 

2.2 lbs. per cubic foot 
Ounces per square yard : Provide minimum freight as indicated. 

40 02. per sq. yd. 
Thickness : Provide thickness as indicated. 

.2!>0 

Adhegi''reg : Pro'^ride manufacturer's recommended adhesives, produced expressly for 
use \nxh selected carpet cushion on substrate as sho^'-n on dra^ngs. Pro^^ide materials 
vhich are mildev resistant. 

A'v'ailable Manufacturers : Subject to compliance ^th requirements, manufacturers 
oiTering prodiocts vhich may be incorporated into the "^"ork include: 

E.P.. Carpenter Company 
Dayco Carpet Cushion Co. 
General Felt Industries, Inc. 
Ludlov Carpet Cushion 
UP I, Inc 
OgiteCorp 
Uniroyal. Inc. 

ACCESSORIES 

Tackless Carpet Stripping; : Pro^Ade 'vater-resistant plyvood strips, 3/8" or 9/32" thick, 
as required to match cushion /carpet thickness; angulai' pins protnoding from top, 
designed to grip and hold stretched carpet at backing Provide narrov stripping '^th 2 
ro^^-s of pins vhere stretched ^■'idth of carpet is 20' or less; stripping vith 3 ro^-s of pins 
vhere carpet '^adth exceeds 20'. 

Carpet Edge Guard, Metallic : Provide extruded aluminum fold-dovn edge g\»rd with 
concealed gripper teeth; minimum 1-1/2" vide punched anchorage flange; minimum 
5/8" "Wide fold flange. Pro'hde in hammered texture vith anodised finish of color 
selected by Architect from standard colors available. 

Seaming Carpet : Hot-melt seaming adhesive or similar product recommended by carpet 
manufacturer, for taping seams and butting cut edges at backing to form secure seams 
and preventing pile loss at seams. 

Miscellaneous Materials : As recommended by manufacturers of carpet, cushions, end 
other carpeting products; selected by Installer to meet project circumstances and 
I'equirements. 



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PART ^. - EXECUTION 

EXAMINATION 

Examine substrates for moisture content and other conditions under vhich carpeting is 
to be installed. Notify contractor in vriting of major conditions detrimental to proper 
completion of the vorK. Do not proceed until unsatisfactory conditions have been 
corrected. 

PREPARATION 

Repair minor holes. , cracks, depressions, and rough areas using material recommended 
by carpet or adhesi^'e manufacturer. 

Cleai' a^'^.v debris and scrape up cementitious deposits from surfaces to receive 
carpeting; vacuum clean immediately before installation. Check concrete suriaces to 
ensure no dusting througli installed carpet; apply sealer vhere reqmred to prevent 
dusting 

INSTALLATION 

Comply '^th manufacTurer's recommendations for seam locations ai"id direction of 
carpet; maintedn uniformity of carpet location and lay of pile. Follov seaming diagram 
as submitted and approved. At doors, center seams under doors; do not place seams in 
traffic direction at door^/ay. 

Extend carpet under open-bottomed obstriKtions and under removable flaiiges and 
furnishings, aiid into alcoves and closets of each space. 

Provide cut-outs vhere required, and bind cut edges properly vhere not concealed by 
protect! \'e edge guards or overlapping flanges. 

Install carpet edge guard vhere edge of carpet is exposed; anchor guards to substrate. 

Expansion .Joints : Do not bridge building expansion joints vith continuous carpeting: 
provide for movement. 

Stretch-in Tackless Installation : 

Install tackless carpet stripping vith adhesi^'e or by nailing, or both vhere required 
for adequate strength. Locate properly for concealment of carpet edge betveen 
stripping and base of vail. Strip entire perimeter of each carpeted space, and vhere 
possible at obstructions and cutouts. 



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Install cushion of twe indicated in each space to be cari>eted. Run seams at 90 degree 
angle -with carpet seams Place ciishion face up' as recommended by cushion 
manufacturer. Apply 2" fabric-type adhesive tape on cushion seams. 

Adhere cushion to substrate if recommended by manufacturer appropriate for 
installation. 

In ramped floor areas, increase anchorage /adhesive bond carpet cushion to 
substrate. 

Install carpet by trimming: edges., butting cuts vith seaming cement, taping or se-^ing 
or taping-and-se^-ing seams to provide sufficient strength for stretching and 
continued stresses dijring life of cerf>6t. Apply seaming: cement over stitching on 
backing, if not covered by tape. 

Stretch carpet botlj directions to provide smooth, ripple-free, taut, trim edges.: secure to 
stripping and conceal behind edge of stripping. Use pover stretcher vhere required. 

Ivliscellejieous Installations : 

Stair^i'^y carpeting Install by method recognised to be durable and safe for traffic. 
Conceal edges and avoid placing seams m Bre&s of high '^'&sr. Match adjuining carpet 
installation in every vay possible. 

CLEANING 



Remove and dispose of debris and unijsable scraps. Vacuum carpet losing commercial 
machine vith face-beater element. Remove, spots and replace carpet T^here spots 
cannot be remo^.'^d. Remove any protruding face yarn using sharp scissors. 

PROTECTION 

Provide protective methods and materials nee-ded to ensure that carpeting vill be 
Ti'ithout deterioration or damage at time of substantial completion. 

EXTRA STOCK 

The Contractor shall lesr-re-, as directed by the Architect, five O) square yards of each 
type and color carpet losed in the 'vork. 



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CARPET DATA 

Cai't>et Designation : All carpet 

Pile Fiber : Continuous Multifilament Polypropylene 

Carpet construction : Tufted 

Style : Level Loop 

Gauge And Stitches : 1/10 in. x 10.33 

Thickness, Pile Height : 5/32 in. 

Pile Face ¥eight 20 oz. per yd. 

rHA Density : 3000 

Ccilor /Textui-e /Pattern : As selected t-y the Architect. 

D^-T Method : Solution d-ji^d. 

Face Resistance -iOhoiu's 

Static Resistarice : 1 .5 kv @ 70 "F and 20% RH. 

Primary Backing : inn%pol';,fprop';.'lene. 

Second Backing: ActionBac 



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SECTION QQQOQ - PAINTING 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

DraTidngs and general pro'\'isions of Contract, inclijding General and Supplementary 
Conditions and Division 1 Specification sections, apply to this section. 

SUMMARY 



This Section includes surface preparation, painting., and finishing of exposed interior 
and exterior items and surfaces. 

Surface preparation, priming, and finish coats specified in this section are in 
addition to shop priming and surface treatment specified under other sections. 

Paint exposed surfaces whether or not colors ai'e designated in "schedules," except 
vhere a siu'face or materiel is specifically indicated not to be painted or is to remain 
natural. Vhere an item or surface is not specifically mentioned, paint the same as 
similar adjacent materials or sui'faces. If color or finish is not de-signated, the 
Architect 'vill select from standai'd colors or finishes available 

Painting: is not required on prefinished items, finished metal surfaces, concealed 
sui'faces. operating perts. end labels 

Prefinished items not to be painted include the follo-sdng factory-finished 
components: 

Cabinets, and countertops. 

Finished mechanical and electrical equipment. 

Light fixtures. 

Svitchgear. 

Distribution cabinets. 

Cjunoealed suitaces not to be painted include vail or ceiling surfaces in the 
following generally inaccessible areas: 

Fotjndation spaces. 
Furred areas. 
Utility tunnels. 
Pipe spaces. 
Duct shafts. 
Elevator shafts. 



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Finished metal surfaces not to be painted include: 

Anodi2ed aluminum. 

Stainless steel. 

Chromium plate. 

Copper. 

Bronze. 

Brass. 

Operating parts not to be painted include moving parts of operating equipment 
such as the following: 

Valve and damper operators. 
Linkages. 
Sensing devices . 
Motor and fan shafts. 

Labels : Do not paint over Underwriter's Laboratories, Factory Mutual or other 
code-required labels or equipment name, identification, performance rating, or 
nomenclature plates. 

Related Sections : The following sections contain requirements that relate to this 
section: 

I>i^1Slon ^ Section "Structurel Steel " for shop priming strvKturel steel. 

Fn vision j Section "Metal Fabrications " for shop priming ferrous metal. 

Division 8 Section "Steel Doors and Frames " for shof> priming steel doors and 
frames 

revision 9 Section "Exterior Vood Stains " for exterior wood stains. 

DEFINITIONS 

"Paint " includes coating systems materials, primers, emulsions, enamels, stains, sealers 
and fillers, and other applied materials whether used as prime, intermediate, or finish 
coats. 

SUBMITTALS 



Product Data: Manufacturer s technical information, label analysis, and application 
instructions for each material proposed for use. 

List each material and cross-reference the specific coating and finish system 
and application. Identify each material by the manufacturer's catalog number 
and general classification. 



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Samt>les for initial color selection in the form of maniofacturer's color charts. 

After color selection, the Architect vill furnish color chips for siorfaces to be 
coated. 

Samples for verification purposes : Provide samples of each color and material to be 
applied., vith texture to simulate actual conditions on representative samples of the 
actual substrate. Define each separate coat, including block fillers and primers. Use 
representative colors vhen preparing samples for reviev. Resubmit until reqmred 
sheen., color, and texture are achieved. 

Provide a list of materiel and application for each coat of each sample. Label 
each sample as to location and application. 

Submit samples on the following substrates for the Architect's reviev of color 
and texture only 

Painted Vood : Provide tvo 12- by 12-inch samples of each color and 
materiel on hardboard. 

Stained or Natural Vood : Provide f^ro 4- by 8-inch samples of natural 
and stained ^iDod finish on actual ^lood surfaces. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Single-Soui'ce Responsibility : Proi/ide primers and undercoat paint produced by the 
same manufactiwer as the finish coats. 

Coordination of ¥ork : Reviev other sections in vhich primers are provided to ensure 
compatibility of the total systems for vai'ious substrates. On request, furnish 
information on characteristics of finish materials to ensure use of compatible primers. 

Notify the Architect of problems anticipated using the materials specified. 

Material Quality: Provide the manitfacturers best quality trade sale paint material of 
the various coating types specified. Paint material containers not displaying 
manufacturer's product identification "sill not be acceptable. 

Proprietary names used to <tesignate colors or materials are not intended to 
imply that products named are required or to excltJde equal prodxjcts of other 
manufacturers. 

Federal Specifications establish a minimum quality level for paint materials, 
except vhere other product identification is used. Provide written certification 
from the manufacturer that materials provided meet or exceed these criteria 

Products that comply vith qualitative requirements of applicable Federal 
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use vhen acceptable to the Architect. Furnish material data an<3 
manufacturer's certificate of performance to Architect for proposed 
substitutions. 

DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HAHDLIHG 

Deliver materials to the job site in the manufacturer's original, unopened packages and 
containers bearing manufacturer's name and label and the following information: 

Product name or title of material. 

Prodijct description (generic classification or binder type). 
Federal Specification number, if applicable 
Manufacturer's stock number and date of mamofacture. 
Contents by volume, for pigment and vehicle constituents. 
Thinning instructions. 
Application instructions. 
Color name and number 

Store materials not m use in tightly covered containers in a well-ventilated area at a 
minimum ambient temperature of 45 deg F (7 deg C). Maintain containers used in 
storage in a clean condition, free of foreign materials end residue. 

Protect from freezing. Keep storage area neat and orderly Refflo\'e oily rags 
and waste daily. Take necessary measures to ensure that workers and work 
areas ai-e protected from fire and health hazards resulting from handling, 
mixing, and application. 

IDE CONDITIONS 

Apply 't^ter-based paints only when the temperature of surfaces to be painted and 
surrounding air temperatxjres are between 50 deg F (10 deg C) and 90 deg F (32 deg C). 

Apply solvent-thinned paints only when the temperature of surfaces to be painted and 
stirrounding air temperatures are between 45 deg F (7 deg C) and 95 deg F (35 deg C). 

Do not apply paint in snow, rain, fog, or mist, wiien tlie relative humidity exceeds 85 
percent, at temperatures less than 5 de,g F (3 deg C) above the dew point, or to damp or 
wet surf aces 

Painting may continue dtjring inclement weather if surfaces and areas to be 
painted are enclosed and heated within temperatiffe limits specified by the 
manufacturer during application and drying periods. 



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PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
MANUTACTURERS 

Available Manufacturers : Subject to compliance vith requdrements, mantifacturers 
offering products that may be incorporated in the 'vork include but are not limited to 
the f olio ving: 

Devoe and Reynolds Co. (Devoe). 

The Glidden Company (Glidden). 

Benjamin Moore and Co. (Moore). 

PPG Industries.. Pittsburgh Paints (Pittsbtjrgh). 

Pratt and Lambert (P & L). 

The SherT:'in-¥illiams Company (S-¥). 

PRIMERS 

Latex-Based Interior Vhite Primer : Latex-based primer coating used on interior 
gypsum dryvall under a flat latex paint or an alkyd semigloss enamel. Meet FS TT-P- 
650): 

Devoe: 50801 ¥onder-Tones Latex Primer and Sealer. 

Glidden; 5019 PVA Primer. 

Moore: Moore's Latex QulcK-Dry Prime Seal '^ZOl . 

Pittsburgh : 6-2 Quick-Dry Latex Primer Sealer . 

P & L : Latex ¥all Primer Z30001 . 

S-¥ : Pro-Mar 200 Latex ¥8ll Primer B28¥200 . 

Exterior Primer Coating : Exterior alkyd "vood primer for priming vood under alkyd 
gloss enamels, flat lusterless finish, and ■vood trim under medium shade or deep color 
high-gloss alkyds. Meet FS TT-P-25: 

Devoe : 1 1 02 All-¥eather Alkyd House Paint Primer . 

Glidden: 1951 Spred Gel-Flo Base Coat. 

Moore : Moor vhite Primer * 1 00 

Pittsburgh : 1 -70 or 1 -870 Sun-Proof Exterior ¥ood Primer . 

P & L: Permalize Exterior Primer. 

S-¥: A-lOO Exterior Alkyd ¥ood Primer Y24¥20. 

Exterior Primer Coating : Exterior alkyd m)od primer for priming sealed plyvood under 
an acrylic emulsion finish. Meet FS-TT-P-25: 

Devoe ; 1 1 02 All-¥eather Alkyd House Paint Primer . 

Glidden: 3651 Spred House Paint Prime Coat. 

Moore: Moor vhite Primer *100. 

Pittsburgh: 1-70 or 1-870 Sun-Proof Exterior ¥ood Primer. 

P & L : Permalize Exterior Primer . 

S-¥: A-lOO Exterior Alkyd Vood Primer Y24¥20. 



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Synthetic, Rust- Inhibiting Primer : Quick-drying, rust-inhibiting primer for priming 
ferrous metal on the exterior under ftill-gloss and flat alkyd enamel and on the 
interior under flat latex paint or odorless alkyd semigloss or alkyd gloss enamels. Meet 
FS-TT-P-664; 

Devoe : 1 4920 Bar-Ox Quick Dry Metal Primer, Red. 

Glidden: 5210 Glid-Guard Universal fast-Dry Metal 

Primer. 

Moore ; Ironclad Retardo Rust- Inhibitlve Paint * 1 63 . 

Pittsburgh. 6-208 Red Inhibitive Metal Primer. 

P&L; Effecto Rust- Inhibiting Primer. 

S-¥ : Kern Kromik Metal Primer B50N2 /B50¥ 1 . 

Alkyd-Type Zinc Chromate Primer : Primers used for priming aluminum under high- 
gloss alkyd enamel finishes. Meet F3-TT-P-64j: 

Devoe : 4 1 S?9 Ear-Ox Zinc Chromate Primer . 

Grlidden; 5229 Glid-Gusrd All-Purpose Metal Primer. 
Pittsburgh: 6-204 Zinc Chromate Primer. 

P & L : " Effecto Primer Red or Vhite. 

S-¥: Zinc Chromate Primer B50Y 1 . 

Galvanized Metal Primer : Primer used to prime interior and exterior zinc-coated 
(galvani2ed) metal sui'faces. Meet FS-TT-P-641 : 

De-'roe: 13201 Mirrolac Gedvanized Metal Primer. 

Glidden : 5229 Glid-Guard All-Piwpose Metal Primer. 

Moore : Ironclad Gal v&i:iized Metal Latex Primer * 1 55 ■ 

Pittsbui'gh: 6-215/216 Spe^dhide Galvanized Steel Primer. 

S-¥: Galvite B50¥3. 

UNDERCOAT MATERIALS 

Interior Enamel Undercoat: Ready-mixed enamel for use as an undercoat over vood and 
hai'dboard londer an odorless alkyd semigloss enamel or full gloss alkyd enamel. Meet 
fS-TT-E-543: 

Devoe: 8801 Velour Alkyd Enamel Undercoat. 

Glidden : 310 Glidden ¥ood Undercoater . 

Moore: Moore's Alkyd Enamel Underbody *217. 

Pittsburgh : 6-6 Speedhide Quick-Dry Enamel Undercoater . 

P & L : Interior Trim Primer . 

S-¥ : Pro-Mai' 2£Kl Alkyd Enamel Undercoater B49¥200 . 



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EXTERIOR FINISH PAINT MATERIAL 

Exterior Acrylic Emulsion : Quick-drying, flat, acrylic paint for use on the exterior 
over prime-coated wood and sealed and prime-coated painted plyvood. Meet FS-TT-P-19: 

De voe : 1 5XX ¥onder-Shield Exterior Acrylic Latex Flat 

House Paint 
Glidden; 3600 SpredHoiKe Paint. 

Moore : Moorgerd Latex Eouse Paint * 1 03 . 

Pittsburgh; 72 Line Sun-Proof Acrylic Latex House Paint. 

P&L: Vapex Latex Flat House Paint. 

S-¥ : A 1 00 Acrylic Latex Flat Exterior Finish A-6 

Series 

Alkyd Gloss Enamel . ¥eather-resistant, air-drying., high gloss enamel for use on the 
exterior over prime-coated Mjod. Meet FS-n-E-489: 



Devoe: 

Glidden: 

Moore: 

Pittsburgh: 

P&L: 



70XX Mirrolac Interior /Exterior Alkyd Gloss 

Enamel . 

4j00 Glid-Guard Industrial Enamel. 

Impervo High-Gloss Enamel *133. 

54 Line Quick-Dry Enamel. 

ElTecto Enamel 

Industrial Enamel B-54 Series. 



Exterior Semi-transoarent Alkvd Stain: Semi-transparent alkyd-t>ased exterior vood 
stains. MeetFS-TT-S-708: 



Devoe: 
P&L: 
S-¥: 



¥onder ¥oodtones Exterior Alkyd Stain. 

Tonetic¥ood Stain. 

Exterior Semi-Trdnsf>drent Stain A- 14 Series 



Alkyd Gloss Enamel : ¥e.ather-resistant high-gloss enamel for Mse over primed ferrous 
metal surfaces. Meet FS-TT-E-489: 

Devoe: 70XX Mirrolac Interior /Exterior Alkyd Gloss 

Enamel. 

Glidden : 4500 Glid-Guard Industrial Enamel . 

Moore: Impervo High-Gloss Enamel *133. 

Pittsburgh : 54 Line Quick-Dry Enamel . 

P&L: EtTecto Enamel. 

S-¥: Industrial Enamel B-54 Series. 



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Alkvd GlQgs Enamel : Veather-resistant high-gloss enamel for use over primed, zinc- 
coated (galvanized) metal stiff aces and alumintmi. Meet FS-TT-E-489: 

Devoe: 70XX Mirrolac Interior /Exterior Alkyd Oloss 

Enamel. 

Glidden: 4!)00-Line Glid-Gtiard Industrial Enamel. 

Moore : Imper vo High-Gloss Enamel * 1 33 ■ 

Pittsburgh ; !>4 Line Quick-Dry Enamel. 

P&L. Effecto Enamel. 

S-¥: Metalastic II Enamel B-!.3 Series. 

INTERIOR FINISH PAINT MATERIAL 

Interior Modified Epoxv Coating : 

Devcie: Tru-Glaze-?. 

S-¥ : Kern A & A Ep^oxy Ester . 

Latex-Based Interior Eggshell Enamel: 

Devoe: ¥onder-Tones Interior Latex Eggshell Enamel OiTA) 

S-V : ProMar 200 Latex Eg-Shel Enamel . 

Latex-Based Interior Satin Enamel : Meet FS-TT-P-151 1 

De^tie: ¥onder-Speed Interior Latex Satin Enamel. 

P & L : Pro-Hide Plus Latex Satin Enamel . 

Interior Semigloss Odorless Alkyd Enamel : Lov-odor, semigloss, alkyd enamel for vce 
over a primer and undercoa.: on concrete., masonry (including concrete masonry 
block)., plaster, '^■■ood, arid hardboard and both ferrous and zinc-coated (galvanized) 
metal surfaces and over a primer on gypsum dryvall. Meet rs-TT-E-r)09: 

Devoe : 2'6Xa Velour Alkyd Semigloss Enamel . 

Glidden : 4200 Spred Ultra Semigloss Enamel . 

Moore: Moore's Satin Impervo Enamel *235- 

Pittsbtirgh: 27 Line ¥allhide Semigloss Enamel. 

P & L : Cellu-Tone Alkyd Satin Enamel . 

S-¥: Classic 99 Semigloss Enamel A40 Series. 



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Exterior alkvd gloss enamel for use over a i>rimer arid undercoat on interior plaster 
surfaces, vood, and hardboard and ferrous and zinc-coated metal siirfaces. Meet FS-TT- 
E-506: 

Devoe: 70XX Mirrolac Interior /Exterior Alkyd Gloss 

Enamel. 

Glidden: 4500 Glid-Guard Industrial Enamel. 

Moore : Impervo High-Gloss Enamel * 1 33 

Pittsburgh : 54 Line Qmck-Dry Enamel . 

P&L: Eft ecto Enamel. 

S-¥; Industrial Enamel B-54 Series. 

Textured Ceiling Finish : Flo- Spray as manufactured by Premix-Marbletite 
Manufacturing Company. Miami.. FL. 

MISCELLANEOUS ¥QOD FINISHING MATERIALS 

Varnish-Tvpe Surface Sealer : Sealer for open-grain vood for use as a surface sealer 
oyer exterior phirood before application of a prime coat. Meet FS-TT-S-176: 

Glidden: Y-3651 Spread House Paint Prime Coat. 

Pittsburgh : 77- 1 Res Sealer-Primer . 

P & L; Varmor Ptnetratins' Stoler. 

S-¥ ; Chek Gard Primer B42¥ 1 0. 

Oil-Type Interior ¥ood Stain: Slow-penetrating oil-type vood stain for general use on 
interior vood surfaces under varnishes or '^'ax finishes. Meet FS-TT-S-71 1 : 

Eievoe: 96XX ¥onder ¥oodstain Alkyd Stain. 

Glidden ; 1 bOO ¥oodmaster Oil Stain . 

Moore: 241 Moore's Interior ¥ood Finishes Penetrating 

Stain. 

Pittsburgh: 77-302 Res Medium Tint Ease. 

P & L : S-Series Tonetic ¥ood Stain 

S-¥ : Oil Stain A-48 Series . 

Cut Shellac: Quick-drying, rosin-free, clear, general-purpose shellac varnish for use 
on tlie interior over stained end natural-finished voodvork for a clear finish. Meet FS- 
TT-S-300: 

Devoe : 4900 ¥onder ¥oodsealer Quick-Dry Sealer . 

Glidden: 5035 Ultra-Hide Sanding Sealer. 

Moore: 413 Moore's Interior ¥ood Finishes Quick-Dry 

S8i:iding Sealer. 
Pittsburgh: 77-^ Quick Drying Sanding Se.aler. 

S-¥: Pro-Mar Varnish Sanding Sealer E26V3. 



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Qleo-Resii-iQUS Paste Wood Filler : 

P&L: Paste Filler 

Paste ¥oo<J Filler : Solvent-based, air-drying., paste-type vood filler for use on open- 
grain vood on interior vood sui'faces. Meet FS-TT-F-336; 

Devoe: 4800 ¥onder ¥oodstain Interior Paste ¥ood 

Filler. 
Glidden ; Glidden Paste ¥ood Filler . 

Moore: Ben vood Paste ¥ood Filler. 

S-¥ : Sher-¥ood Fast-Dry Filler . 

Extei'ior Alkvd Gloss Soar Varnish : Meet FS-TT-V-1 19 & TT-V-129: 

Dewe: 87 Spar Interior-Exterior alkyd Gloss Spar Varnish O500). 

P & L ; Vitralite UV A Spar Varnish . 

S-¥: Exterior Varnish. 

Oil Rubbing Varnish Cleai', oil-type rubbing varnish for use on interior stained or 
natural -finished ^'oodvork. Meet FS-TT-V-86: 

Devoe: 4600 ¥onder ¥ood Satin Alkyd Satin Varnish. 

Glidden: 82 ¥oc'dia aster Satin Sheen Urethsne Varnish. 

Moore: Benvood Satin Finish Varnish *404. 

Pittsburgh ; 77-7 Rez Satin Varnish . 

P & L : 38 Clear Finish Gloss . 

S-¥ : Oil Base Varnish, Gloss A66 V9 1 . 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 

EXAMINATION 

Examine substrates and conditions under vhich painting vill be performed for 
compliance vith requirements for application of paint. Do not begin paint application 
until unsatisfactoi'y coJ^ditions have t>een corrected. 

Start of painting vill be construed as the Applicator's acceptance of surfaces 
and conditions vithin a particulai' area. 

PREPARATION 

General Procedures : Remove hard^/are and hardware accessories, plates, machined 
surfaces, lighting fixtures, and similar items in place that are not to be painted, or 
pro\nde surface-applied protection prior to surface preparation and painting. Remove 
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Following completion of psdntine operations in each space or area. Yia^re itecas 
reinstalled by vorkers skilled in the trades involved. 

Clean surfaces before applying paint or stirface treatments. Remove oil and 
grease prior to cleaning. Schedule cleaning and painting so that dust and other 
contaminants from the cleaning process -will not fall on vet, nevly painted 
surfaces. 

Surface Preparation. Clean and prepare surfaces to be painted in accordance vith the 
manufactvirer's instructions for each particular substrate condition and as specified. 

Provide barrier coats over incompatible primers or remove and reprime. 
Notify Architect in -writing of problems anticipated vith using the specified 
finish-coat material vith substrates primed by others. 

Cementitious Materials : Prepare concrete, concrete masonry block, cement 
plaster, and mineral-fiber-reinforced cement panel surfaces to be painted. 
Remo^fe efflorescence, chalk, dust, dirt, grease, oils, and release agents. 
Roughen as required to remove gla2e. If hardeners or seelers have been used to 
improTC curing, use mechanical methods of surface preparation. 

Use abrasive blast-cleaning methods if recommended by the paint 
manufacturer. 

Determine alkalinity and moisture content of surfaces by performing 
appropriate tests. If surfaces are sufficiently alkaline to cause 
blistering and burning of finish f>aint, correct this condition before 
application. Do not paint surfac-es vhere moisture content exceeds that 
permitted in manufacturer's printed directions. 

Wood . Clean siorfaces of dirt, oil, and other foreign substances jnxh scr8$>ers, 
mineral spirits, and saiidpaper, as required. Sand surfaces exposed to viev 
smooth and di;st off. 

Scrape and clean small, dry, seasoned knots and apply a thin coat of 
vhite shellac or other recommended knot sealer before application of 
primer. After priming, fill holes and imperfections in finish surfaces 
Tflth putty or plastic wood filler. Sand smooth vhen dried. 

Prime, stain, or seal T/ood to be painted immediately upon delivery. 
Prime edges, ends, faces, undersides, and backsides of vood, inclivding 
cabinets, counters, cases, and paneling. 

¥hen transparent finish is required, backprime vith spar varnish. 

Backprime paneling on interior partitions vhere masonry, plaster, or 
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Seal tops, bottoms, and cutouts of unprimed -^rood doors "sath a hea^T coat 
of varnish or sealer immediately uf?on deli'\'erY. 

Ferrous Metals : Clean nongalvanized ferroxjs-metal surfaces that have not been 
shop coated; remove oil, grease, dirt, loose mill scale, and other foreign 
substances. Use solvent or mechanical cleaning methods that comply vith 
recommendations of the Steel Structures Painting Council. 

Galvanized Surfaces : Clean galvanized surfaces vith non-petroleum-based 
solvents so that the surface is free of oil and surface contaminants. Remove 
pretreatment from galvanized sheet metal fabricated from c-oil stock by 
mechanical methods. 

Materials Preparation : Carefully mix and prepare paint materials in accordance 'with 
manufacturer's directions. 

Maintain containers used in mixing and application of paint in a clean 
condition, free of foreign materials and residue. 

Stir material before application to produce a mixture of uniform density; stir as 
required during application. Do not stir surface film into materiel Remove 
film and, if necessary, strain material before using. 

Use only thinners approved by the paint manufac:turer, and only vlthin 
recommended limits 

Tinting Tint each undercoat a lighter shade to facilitate identification of each coat 
vhere multiple coats of the same material are applied. Tint imdercoats to match the 
color of the finish coat, but provide sufficient differences in shade of undercoats to 
distinguish each sepai'ate coat. 

APPLICATION 

Apply paint in accordance with manufacturer's directions. Use applicators and 
techniques best suited for substrate and type of material being applied. 

Do not paint o^^ier dirt, rosx. scale, grease, moisture, scuffed surfaces, or conditions 
detrimental to formation of a durable paint film. 

Paint colors, surface treatments, and finishes are indicated in "schedules." 

Provide finish coats that are compatible vith primers used. 

The number of coats and film thickness required is the same regardless of the 
85>plication method. Do not a$>ply succeeding coats until the previous coat has 
cured as recommended by the manufacturer. Sand between applications vhere 
sanding is required to produce an even smooth surface in accordance isith the 
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Apply additionoii coats -vhen undercoats, stains, or other conditions sho-v 
through final coat of paint until paint film is of uniform finish, color, and 
appearsrice. Oive speciel attention to ensure that stirfaces, including edges, 
corners, crevices, velds, and exposed fasteners, receive a dry film thickness 
equivalent to that of flat surfaces. 

The term "exposed storfaces" includes areas visible vhen permanent or bijilt-in 
fixti^jres, con vector covers, covers for finned tube radiation, grilles, and similar 
components are in place. Extend coatings in these areas as required to maintain 
the system integrity and provide desired protection. 

Paint surfaces behind movable equipment and furniture same as similar 
exposed sijrfaces. Paint surfaces behind permanently fixed equipment or 
fluTiiture vith prime coat only before final installation of equipment. 

Paint back sides of access panels and removable or hinged covers to match 
exposed surfaces. 

Finish interior of '^'all and base cabinets and similar field-finished casevork to 
match exterior. 

finish exterior doors on tops, bottoms, and side edges same as exterior faces. 

Sand lightly between each succeeding enamel or varnish coat. 

Omit primer on metal surfaces that have been shop-primed and touch up 
painted. 

Scheduling Painting : Apply first coat to surf&ces that have been cleaned, pretreated, or 
otherwise prepared for painting as soon as practicable after preparation and before 
subsequent surface deterioration. 

Allov sufficient time befs'een successive coats to permit proper drying. Do not 
recoat until paint has dried to vhere it feels firm, and does not deform or feel 
sticky under moderate thumb pressure and vhere agjplication of another coat of 
paint does not cause lifting or loss of adhesion of the undercoat. 

Minimum Coating Thickness : Apply materials at not less than the manufacturer's 
recommended spreading rate. Provide a total dry film thickness of the entire system as 
recommended by the manufacturer. 

Prime Coats : Before application of finish coats, apply a prime coat of material as 
recommended by the manufacturer to material that is required to be painted or 
finished and has not been prime coated by others. Recoat pnmed and sealed surfaces 
where evidence of suction spots or unsealed ai'eas in first coat appears, to assure a 
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Textured Ceiling Finish : Spray paint to an even and fine texture. lsQ.ve no evidence of 
application such as laps, irregularity in texture, skid marks, or other surface 
imperfections. 

Pigmented (Opaque) Finishes : Completely cover to provide an opaqve, smooth surface 
of uniform finish, color, appearance, and coverage. Cloudiness, spotting, holidays, laps, 
brush marks, runs, sags, ropiness, or other surface imperfections "^ill not be 
acceptable. 

Trarisparent (Clear) Finishes : Use mt^tiple coats to produce a glass-smooth surface film 
of even luster. Prchde a finish free of laps, cloudiness, color irregularity, runs, brush 
marks, orange peel, nail holes, or other surface imperfections. 

Completed ¥nrk : Match approved samples for color, texture, and coverage. Remove, 
refinish, or repaint 'E'ork not in compliance vith specified requirements. 

CLEAN IHCt 



Cleanup : At the end of each iii'Drk day, remove empty cans, rags, rubbish, and other 
discai'ded psint materi&ls from the site. 

PROTECTION 

Protect vork of other trades, vhether to be painted or not, against damag:e by painting. 
Correct daiaage by cleaning, repairing or replacing, and repainting, as acceptat>le to 
Architect. 

Pro''Ade "vet paint" signs to protect nef/ly painted finishes. Remove temporary 
protectn^e vi'appmgs provided by others for protection of tlieir vork after completion 
of painting operations. 

At completion of construction activities of other trades, tou<::h up and restore 
damaged or defaced painted surface-s. 

EXTRA MAIh-RIALS 

The Contractor shall leave, as directed by the Architect, five (j). unopened gallons of 
each xyi't and color of paint used on the exterior and interior for O'vner's use for future 
use. 



EXTERIOR PAINT SCHEDULE 

General: Provide the follo'ving paint systems for the various substrates indicated. 



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VoodTfiffl : 

Alkyd Gloss Finish : 2 finish coats over primer T/ith total dry film thickness not 
less thai"! 35 mils. 

Primer : Exterior Primer Co8.ting (FS TT-P-Sj). 
First Coat : Alfcyd Gloss Enamel (n-E-489). 
Second Coat : Alkyd Gloss Enamel (TT-E-489). 

PlyT/Dod : 

Ltjsterless (Flat) Acrylic Finish : 2 finish coats over primer and sealer. 

Sealer : Varnish-T-j/ji-e Surface Sealer (FS TT-S-176). 
Primer : Exterior Primer Coating (TT-P-2j). 
First Coat : Exterior Acrylic Emulsion (FS TT-P-19). 
Second Coat : Exterior Acrylic Emialsion (FS TT-P-19). 

Stained/Varnished Vood (Doors & Frames) : 

Stained- Vai-nish Rubbed Finish : 3 finish coats o^ier stain plus filler on open- 
grain vood. ¥ipe filler before applying first varnish coat. 

Stain Coat : Alkyd-Type Exterior ¥ood Stain (FS TT-S-70o). 

First Coai : Cut Shellac (FS TT-S-^uO) 

Filler Coat : Oleo-Eiesinous Paste ¥ood Filler 

Second Coat : Exterior Alkyd Gloss Spar Varnish (FS TT-V-119 & FS-TT-V- 

129). 

Third Coat : Exterior Alkyd Gloss Spai' Vai'nish (FS TT-V-119 & FS-TT-V- 

129). 

Ferrous Metal: Primer is not reqmred on shop-primed items. 

Full-Gloss Alkvd Enamel: 2 finish coats over primer. 

Primer : Synthetic Rust- Inhibiting Primer (FS TT-P-664). 
First Coat : Alkyd Gloss Enamel (FS TT-E-489). 
Second Coat : Alkyd Gloss Enamel (FS TT-E-489). 

Zinc-Coated Metal : 

High-Gloss Alkyd Enamel : 2 finish coats over primer. 

Primer : Galvanized Metal Primer (FS TT-P-641 ). 
First Ci:>at: Alkyd Gloss Enamel (FS TT-E-489). 
Second Coat: Alkyd Gloss Enamel (FS TT-E-489). 



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Aluminum: 



High-Gloss Altiyd Enamel : 2 finish coats o-\'^r primer. 

Primer : Alky<3-Type Zinc Chromare Primer (FS TT-P-645). 
First Coat : Alkyd Gloss Enamel (FS TT-E-489, Class A). 
Second Coat : Allcyd Gloss Enamel (FS TT-E-489. Class A). 



INTERIOR ?Aim SCHEDULE 

General : Provide the following paint systems for the various substrates, as indicated. 

Ccincrete Floors and Vails (es indicated on the drawings): 

Epoxy Finish 2 coats. 

Primer : Interior All-Purpose Acrylic Primer-Sesder (FS TT-P-6jO). 
Finish Coat : h'lterior Modified Epoxy Gloss Coating. 

Gyt>sum Dry^'all Systems : 

Eggshell Emxtlsion Finish (Living Units) : 3 coats. 

Primer . Latex-Be^ed hiterior ¥hite Primer (FS TT-P-650). 
Second and Third Coats : Latex-Based hiterior Eggshell Enamel. 

Qderless Semigloss Alkyd Enamel Finish (Public spaces) : 3 coats vith total dry 
film thicliness not less than 25 mils 

Primer : Latex-Based Interior Vhite Primer (FS TT-P-6^0). 

First Coat: Interior Semigloss Odorless Alkyd Enamel (FS TT-E-509). 

Second Coa.t : Interior Semigloss Odorless Alkyd Enamel (FS TT-E-509). 

Et>oxy Finish (Trash Rooms) : 2 coats. 

Primer : Latex-Based Interior White Primer (FS TT-P-650). 
Finish Coat : Interior Modified Epoxy Gloss Coating. 



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Interior YciQd Trim : 

Semigloss Enamel Finish : 3 coats. 



Uri<3ercoai : Interior Enamel Undercoat (FS TT-E-!J43)- 

FirstCoat : Interior Semigloss Odorless Alkyd Enamel (FS TT-E-jOg). 

Second Coat : Interior Semigloss Odorless Alicyd Enamel (FS TT-E-509). 

Stained Vood-^gjrlc : 

Stained- Varnish Rubbed Finish : 3 finish coats over stain plus filler on open- 
grain vood. ¥ipe filler before applying first varnish coat. 

Stain Coat : Oil-Typ-e Interior ¥ood Stain (FS TT-S-71 1 ). 
First Coat : Cut Shellac (FS TT-S-30n). 
Filler Coat : Pa^te ¥ood Filler (FS TT-F-336). 
Second Coat : Oil Rubbing Varnish (FS TT-V-86) 
Third Coat : Oil Rubbing Varnish (FSTT-V-86). 

Natural-Finish Yoodvork : 

Rubbed Vai'nish Finish : 2 Finish coats over shellac plus filler on open-grain 

VuOd. 

First Coat : Cut Shellac (FS TT-S-30n). 
Filler Coat : Pas-te ¥oc.d Filler (FS TT-F-336). 
Second Coat: Oil Rubbm.g Varnish (FS TT-V-86). 
Third Coat : Oil Rubbing Varnish (FS TT-V-86). 

Ferrous Met:al : 

Semigloss Enamel Finish : 2 coats over primer "vith total dry film thickness not 
less than 2.5 mils. 

Primer : S'j'nthetic Rust- Inhibiting Primer (FS TT-P-664). 

Undercoat: Interior Enamel Undercoat (FS TT-E-543). 

Finish Coat : Interior Semigloss Odorless Alkyd Enamel (FS TT-E-509). 

FiUl-Gloss Enamel Finish : 2 coats over primer -vith total dry film thickne^ not 
less than 2.5 mils. 

Primer : S-^Tithetic Rust- Inhibiting Primer (FS TT-P-664). 
Undercoat : Interior Enamel Undercoat (FS TT-E-543) 
Finish Coat: Exterior Alkyd Gloss Enamel (FS TT-E-506). 



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Zinc-Coated Metal: 



Semigloss Finish : 2 coats over primer, vith total dry film thickness not less 
than 2. J mils. 

PtMmer : Galvanised Metal Primer (FS TT-P-641 ). 

Undercoat: Interior Enamel Undercoat (FS TT-E-543) 

Finish Coat : Interior Semigloss Odorless Alkyd Enamel (FS TT-E-jCi9. 

Full-Gloss Enamel Finish : 2 coats over primer "^ith total dry film thickness not 
less than 2.5 mils. 

Primer : Galvanised Metal Primer (FS TT-P-641 ). 
Undercoat : Interior Enamel Undercoat (FS TT-E-54?). 
Finish Coat : EAterior Allcyd Gloss Enamel (FS TT-E-506). 

Concrete Plank Ceilings: 



Spray- Applied Textiared Ceiling Finish. 



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SECTION 10200 - LOUVERS AWD VEHTS 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dra-vings ond generol proTisions of Contract, including General and Su{>plementar7 
Conditions and Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to vork of this section. 

DESCRIPTION OF VORK 

Extent of louvers and vents is indicated on dravings, inclviding indications of sizes and 
locations. 

Types of louvers and vents inclu<te the folloving: 

Extruded aluminum louvers 

Sealants including installation are specified in Division 7. 

Air-handling louvers connected to duct'inork are specified in Division 15. 

Blank-off t>lates for air-handling louvers are specified in Division 15. 

Louvers in hoUov metal doors and frames are specified in Division 8. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE: 

Performance Requirements: ¥here louvers are indicated to comply "vith specific 
performance requirements, provide units vhose performance ratings have been 
determined in compliance vith Air Movement and Control Associates (AMCA) Standard 
500. 

Comply vith SMACNA "ArchitectiK^ Sheet Metal Manual' recommendations for 
fabrication, construction details and installation procedures, except as otherwise 
indicated. 

Field Measurements: Verify size, location and placement of louver units prior to 
fabrication, vherever possible. 

Shop Assembly: Coordinate field measurements and shop dravings vith fabrication 
and shop assembly to minimize field adjustments, sphcing. mechanical joints and field 
assembly of units. Preassemble units in shop to greatest extent possible and 



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disfissemWe as necessary for shipping and handling limitations. Clearly mark units for 
reassembly and coordinated installation. 

SUBHrrTALS 

Product Data Submit manufacturer's specifications; certified test data, vhere 
applicable; and installation instructions for required prodvtcts, including finishes. 

Shot) Prayings : Submit shop dravings for fabrication and erection of louver units and 
accessories. Include plans, elevations and details of sections and connections to 
adjoining vork. Indicate materials, finishes, fasteners, joinery and other information 
to determine compliance vith specified requirements. 

Samples: Submit 6" square, of each required aluminum finish. Prepare samples on 
metal of the same gage and alloy to be used in vork. Vhere normal color and texture 
variations are to be expected, include 2 or more units in each sample shoving the limits 
of SMch variations . 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
ACCEPTABLE MAHUTACTURERS 

Available Manufacturers: Subject to compliance nrjth requirements, manufacturers 
offering products vhich may be incorporated in the vork include, bvtt are not limited 
to, the folloving: 

Airline Products Co. 

The Airolite Co. 

American Vanning and Ventilating Co. 

Construction Specialties, Inc. 

Industrial Lomrers, Inc. 

RuskinHfg.Co. 

MATERIALS 

AliMnmiMft Sheet : ASTM B 209, Alloy 3003 or 5005 vith temper as required for forming, 
or as otherrise recommended by metal producer to provide required finish. 

Aluminum Eitrusions: ASTM B 221, Alloy Mfe3-T52. 

Fastenings: Use same material as items fastened, unless otherwise indicated. Fasteners 
for exterior 8$>plications may be hot-dip galvanized, stainless steel or aluminum. 
Pix)vide types, gages and lengths to suit unit installation conditions. Use Phillips flat- 
head machine screvs for exposed fasteners, tmless otheiTise indicated. 



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Anchors an<3 Inserts: Use non-ferrous metal or hot-<lip galvanized anchors and inserts 
for exterior installations and elsevhere as reqtared for co r r o si on resistance. Use steel 
or lead expansion txilt devices for drilled-in-pla^ anchors. Furnish inserts, as 
required, to be set into concrete or masonry -rork. 

Bituminous Paint. SSPC-Paint 12 (cold-applied asphalt mastic). 

FABRICATION, OEKERAL 

Provi<te louvers and accessories of design, materials, sizes, depth, arrangement, and 
metal thicknesses indicated, or if not indicated, as required for optimum performance 
vith respect to airfloi'; vater penetration; air leakage, ■Fhere applicable (for adjustable 
units, if any); strength; durability; and uniform appearance. 

Louvers are to be installed as a part of the alviminum vindov system . Coordinate louver 
frames and anchorage methods vith that of vindovs. 

Fabricate frames including integral sills to suit adjacent construction vith tolerances 
for installation, including application of sealants in joints betveen louvers and 
adjoining 
vork. 

Include stipports, anchorages, and accessories reqtiired to achieve a complete assembly. 

Provide vertical miailons of type and at spaclngs indicated bi« not further 8$>art than 
recommended by manufacturer or 72" o.c, vhichever is less. At horizontal joints 
betveen louver units provide horizontal mullions except vhere continuous vertical 
assemblies are indicated. 

Provide sill extensions and loose sills made of same material as louvers, vhere indicated, 
or required for drainage to exterior and to prevent vater penetrating to interior. 

■loin frame members to one another and to stationary louver blades by velding, except 
"i^ere indicated othervise or vhere field bolted connections betveen frame members 
are made necessary by size of louvers. Maintain equal blade spacing, including 
separation betveen blades and frames at head and sill, to produce tjniform a$>pearance. 

STATIONARY EXTRUDED ALUMINUM VALL LOUVERS 

Horizontal Blade Louvers : Size and depth indicated, vith blades of profile, slope and 
spacing indicated, or if not indicated, to meet performance requirements. 

Extrusion Thickness : Not less than 0.081° for blades and frames. 

LOUVER SCREENS 

Provide removable screens for exterior loir?ers i*ere indicated. 



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Foibricote screen fromcs of some metal and finish os louver vmits to irtiich secured, 
unless othervise indicated. 

Provi<te revireable frames consisting of formed or extnuted metal vith a driven 
spline or insert for sectwing scr^n mesh. 

Use insect screens vhere indicated, of the foUoving; 

18' X 14" mesh, 0.015" grey fiberglass. 

Locate screens on inside face of louvers, unless otherwise indicated. Secure screens to 
louver frames vith machine screvs, spaced at each comer and at 12" o. c. t>et"ween. 

HnAL FINISHES 

General : Comply vith NAAMM "Metal Finishes Manual" for finish designations and 
application recommendations, except as othervise indicated. Apply finishes in factory 
after products are assembled. Protect finishes on exposed stirfaces -vith protective 
covering, prior to shipment. Remove scratches and blemishes from exposed svrfaces 
vhich vill be visible after completing finishing process. 

Provide colors or color matches as indicated or, if not otheriise indicated, as 
selected by Architect from manufacturer's standard colors. 

Aluminum Finishes : 

Baked Enamel Finish : AA-C12C42Rlx (cleaned vith inhibited chemicals, conversion 
coated vith an acid-chromate-fluoride-phosphate treatment, and painted vith organic 
coating specified belov). Apply vhere factory painted finish is indicated, in strict 
compliance vith f>aint manufacturers specifications. 

Organic Ccating: Manufacturer s standard thermosetting acrylic enamel, 0.8 
mil. minimum dry film thickness. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 
PREPARATION 

Coordinate setting dravings, diagrams, templates, instructions and directions for 
installation of anchorages 'ciiich are to be embed<ted in concrete or masonry 
construction. Coordinate delivery of stKh items to the project site. 



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mSTA lLATIP W 

Locate and place louver units plumb, level and in proper alignment -with adjacent 
vork. 

Use concealed anchorages vherever possible. Provide brass or lead ^nshers fitted to 
screvs vhere required to protect metal surfaces and to make a veathertight 
connection. 

Form tight joints vith exposed connections accurately fitted together. Provide reveals 
and openings for sealants and joints fillers, as indicated. 

Ret>air finishes damaged by cutting, velding. soldering and grinding operations 
required for fitting and jointing. Restore finishes so there is no evidence of corrective 
vork. Return items vhich cannot be refinished in the field to shop, make required 
alterations, and refinish entire unit, or provide nev units, at Contractor's option. 

Protect galvanized and non-ferrous metal surfaces from corrosion or galvanic action 
by application of a heavy coating of bituminous paint on surfaces vhich vill be in 
contact vith concrete, masonry or dissimilar metals. 

Provi<te concealed gaskets, fiashings, joint fillers, and insulations, and install as "work 
progresses to make the installations ineathertight. 

Refer to Division-7 sections for sealants in connection vlth InstallaUons of louvers. 



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SECTION 10522 - FIRE ETTIIIGUISHERS & CABIWETS 

PART 1 -GENERAL 
RELATED DXUMENTS 

Drawings and genersl provisions of Contract, incl\>jing General and Svq>pleiiientary 
Conditions and Division-1 Specification sections, apply to vork of this section. 

DESCRIPTION or VORK 

Extent of fire extingxjishers, and cabinets is indicated on dra'rings. 

Definition : "Fire extingmshers" as used in this section refers to units "liiich can be 
hand-carried as opposed to those '«1iich are equipped vith vheels or to fixed fire 
extinguishing systems. 

Tyi>es of products required include: 

Fire extinguishers. 

Fire extinguisher cabinets. 

Mounting brackets. 

Fixed fire protection systems are specified in Division-15 sections. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Single Source Responsibility: Obtain products in this section from one manufacturer. 

Coordination: Verify that fire extinguisher cabinets are sized to accommodate fire 
extingtttshers of type and capacity indicated "«^ich vill be provided by Ovner under 
separate contract. 

UL-Listed Products: Provide nev portable fire extinguishers i^ich are UL-listed and 
bear UL "Listing Mark" for type, rating, and classification of extinguisher indicated. 

SUBMITTALS 

Product Data : Submit product <teta for each type of prodiKt inclixJed in this section . For 
fire extinguisher cabinets include rov^hing-in dimensions and details shoving 
mounting methods, relationships of box and trim to surrounding constniction, door 
hardvare, cabinet type end materials, trim style and door construction, and panel style 
and materials. 

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
ACCEPTABLE MAHUrACTURERS 

AvailaMe Manufacturers : Subject to compliance vith requirements, manufacturers 
offering products vhich may be incorporated in the "work inclu<te, but are not limited 
to, the folio ving: 

J. L. Industries. 

Larsen'sMfg.Co. 

Johnson-Lee, Division of V J. Lee Corp. 

Huckle Manufacturing, Division of Technico, Inc. 

Vatrous, Inc. 

riREKTIHGUISHERS 

General : Provide fire extinguishers for each extinguisher cabinet and other locations 
indicated, in colors and finishes selected by Architect from manufs«;turer's standard 
vhich comply vith requirements of governing authorities. 

Fill and service extinguishers to comply vith requirements of governing 
authorities and manufacturer s requirement. 

AbbreYigtions indicated belo-w to i<tentify extinguisher types relate to UL 
classification and rating system and not, necessarily, to type and amount of 
extinguishing material contained in extinguisher. 

Multi-Punxise Dry Chemical Type : UL-rated 4-A:60-B: C 10 lb. nominal ca$>acity, in 
enameled steel container, for Class A, Class Band Class C fires. 

MOUNTING BRACKETS 

Provide manufacturer's standard bracket designed to prevent accidental dislo<feement 
of extinguisher, of sizes required for type and capacity of extinguisher indicated, in 
mantjfacturer's standard plated finish. 

Provide brackets for extinguishers not located in cabinets and for those located 
in cabinets, vhere indicated or required. 

FIRE EITIHGUISHER CABINETS 

General: Provi<te fire extingtjisher cabinets vhere indicated, of suitable size for 
housing fire extinguishers of types and c€$>acitles indicated. 



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Constfuctioo: Manufactiver's stan<]ard enameled steel box. with trim, frame, door and 
hardware to svdx cabinet type, trim style, and door style indicated. Veld all joints and 
grind smooth. Miter and veld perimeter door fracaes. 

Cabinet Type : Suitable for mounting conditions indicated, of the folloving types: 

Semi-Recessed : Cabinet box (tub) partially recessed in veils of shallov depth. 

Surface-Mounted : Cabinet box (tub) fully exposed and mounted directly on vail . 

Trim Style: Fabricate trim in one piece vith comers mitered, velded and groxmd 
smooth. 

Door Material and Construction: Manufacturer's standard door construction, of material 
indicated, coordinated vith cabinet types and trim styles selected. 

Enameled Steel : ManufesDturer's standard flush, hollov steel door construction 
vith tubular stiles and rails. 
Door Style: Manufacturer's standard design as indicated belov and on draving. 

Bubble Tyi>e: One-piece mol<ted clear plastic. 

Door Hardvare: Provide manufacturer's standard door operating hardvare of proper 
type for cabinet type, trim style, and door material and srsrte indicated. Provide either 
lever handle vith cam action latch, or door pull, exposed or concealed, and friction 
latch. Provide concealed or continuous type hinge permitting <*x)r to open 180 degrees. 

FACTORY FINISHING OF FIRE EXTDfGUISHER CABIHETS 

General: Comply vith NAAMM "Metal Finishes Manual' for finish designations and 
application recommen«tetions except as othervise indicated. Apply finishes in factory 
after products are assembled. Protect cabinets vith plastic or paper covering, prior to 
shipment. 

Painted Finishes: Provide painted finish to comply vith requirements indicated belov 
for extent, preparation and type: 

Extent of Painted Finish: Apply painted finish to both concealed and exposed 
surfaces of cabinet components except jrhere other than a painted finish is 
indicated. 

Color: Provide color or color matches indicated, or, if not othervise indicated, as 
selected by Architect from manufacturer s standard colors. 

Preparation: Qean surfaces of dirt, grease, and loose rust or mill scale. 



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Baked Enamel Finish : Immediately after cleaning and pretreatment, apply 
cabinet manufacturer's stan<terd baked enamel finish system to the foUcrring 
surfaces: 

Interior of cabinet. 

Exterior of cabinet except for those surfaces indicated to receive another 
finish. 

Anodized Aluminum Finishes: Provide architectural anodic coatings complying lith 
the folloiring re<ivttrements: 

Class II Clear (Natural) Anodized Finish : AA-M12C22A31 (mechanical finish, 
non-specular as fabricated; chemical etch, medium matte; 0.4 mil min. thick 
clear anodic cc»iting). 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 

mSTALLATIQH 

Install items included in this section in locations and at mounting heights indicated, or 
if not indicated, at heights to comply vith applicable regulations of governing 
authorities. 

P re p ar e recesses in -rails for fire extinguisher cabinets as required by type and 
size of cabinet and style of trim and to comply vith manufacturer's instructions. 

Securely fasten mounting brackets and fire extinguisher cabinets to structure, 
square and plumb, to comply vith manufacturer s instructions. 

Vhere exact location of surface-mounted cabinets and bracket-mounted fire 
extinguishers is not indicated, locate as directed by Architect. 



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SECTION lO^SO - POSTAL SPECIALTIES 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dravings and general provisions of the Contract, inclvxbng General and 
Siq>plementary Conditions and Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to -work 
specified of this section. 

DESCRIPTION OF VORK 

Extent of postal specialties is indicated on dravings. 

Postal specialties inclixte the foUoving: 

Vertical Style Mail Boxes 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Mamtfacturef: Provide products of manufacttirers vhich are approved by U.S. Postal 
Service vhen moil system is serviced by USPS. 

In addition to requirements of these specifications, comply vith manxifacturers 
instructions and recommen<teitions for preparation of substrate, installation of anchors, 
and application of postal specialties units. 

Requirements of Regulatory Agencies : Comply vith U. S. Postal Service requirements 
for construction and installation of units serviced by Ui;i>S. carriers. 

SUBMITTALS 

Product Data: Submit manufacturer's technical <teta and installation instructions for 
postal specialties units required. 

Provide mantifacturer's certification that equipment proposed conforms to U.S. 
Postal Service regulations and has been fl5>proved by Postmaster General. 

Shop Dravings : Submit shop dravings for fabrication and erection of postal 
specialties IncliKte plans, elevations and large scale details. Shov anchorages and 
accessory items. Provide location template dravings for items si4>ported or anchored to 
permanent construction. 



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PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

VERTICAL STYLE MAIL BOXES 

General: Provi<te vertical style mail box units of style and size indicated. 

Each gang of box units to open by mail carrier's key. tilting fonrard to receiye 
incoming medl. Tenant "s key only operates a single, side- hinged door. 

Doors and Frames: Provide manufacturer's standard heavy metal construction, ganged 
and nested units. Furnish a card hol<ter for tenant identification, behind each box. 
Constrxjct d oo rs -with concealed full-length flush hinge, and slots to receive tenants 
name and number. 

Provide number identification as shov or, if not shovn, as selected by Architect 
from manufacturer's standards. 

Fabricate units of aluminum extrusions, vith satin anodized finish. 

Locking : Furnish 5-pin tumbler cylinder lock ca$>able of at least 1000 key 
changes, lith 2 keys for each box door. Key each box differently and master 
key. Delivery box keys and master keys to Ovner's representative, lith record 
of ectch corresponding lock and key numbers. 

Boxes and Veil Rccci>tc(clcg : MQn^lfetctu^ers stondedrd galvanized steel or corrosion 
resistant metal construction. 

Finish units vith factory-applied primer and baked enamel, color as selected by 
Architect. 

Directory : Provide manufacturer's standard directory unit, of size and location 
indicated. Provi<te units of same materials and finish as box frames, tmless otherwise 
indicated. 

Available Manufacturers: Subject to compliance vith requirements, manufacttirers 
offering products vhich maybe incorporated in the vork include, but are not limited 
to, the following: 

American Device Mfg. Co. 
Auth Electric Co. 
KHumer Industries, Inc. 
Cutler-Federal, Inc. 
Dura Stwl Prodticts Inc. 
Florence Corp. 
Jensen Oeneral Corp. 
Miami Carey. 
Perma-Bilt Industries. 



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PART ^ - EXECUTION 

mSTALLATIOH 

Install units complying irith manufacturer's instructions and final dravings. 

final acceptance lill be contingent upon compliance vith U. S. Postal Service 
requirements. 



END OF SECTION IO55O 



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SECTION lO&OO - TOILET AND BATH ACCESSORIES 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dreivings wkJ general provisions of Contract, including General and S\^lementery 
Conditions and Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to vork of this section. 

DESCRIPTION or VORK 

Extent of each type of toilet accessory is indicated on drawings and schedviles. 

Tvt>es of toilet accessories required include the folloving: 

Toilet tissue dispenser. 

Grab bars. 

Shover curtain rod. 

To^^l bars. 

Medicine cabinet. 

Robe hook. 

Tumbler and toothbrush holder. 

Soa4> dish, surface mounted. 

OUALHY ASSURANCE 

Inserts and Anchorsges : Furnish inserts and anchoring <Jevices vhich must be set in 
concrete or built into masonry; coordinate delivery -with other -rork to avoid delay. 

Accessory Locations: Coordinate accessory locations lith other vork to avoid 
interference and to assure proper operation and servicing of accessory units 

Products: Provide products of same manufaicturer for each type of accessory unit and 
for units exposed in same areas, unless otherwise acceptable to Architect. 

SUBMITTALS 

Product Data: Submit manufacturer's technical data and installation instructions for 
each toilet accessory. 

Setting Drayjngs : Provide setting drairings, templates, instructions, and directions for 
installation of anchorage devices and cut-out requirements in other vcwk. 



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PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS 

AvsdlaMe Manufacturers : Subject to compliance vi\h requirements, manufacturers 
offering toilet accessories vhich may be incori>orate<J in the vork include, btJt are not 
limited to. the follo-ving: 

A&J Vashroom Accessories. 
American Specialties, Inc. 
Bobrick Vashroom Equipment, Inc. 
Bradley Corporation . 
Franklin Brass Mfg. Co. 
Hallmark -Hutone/Div. Scovill. 
GH.KetchamCo., Inc. 
HcKinney /Subsidiary Kidde, Inc. 
Parker-Scovill. 
Vatrous,Inc. 

MATERIALS, GENERAL 

Stainless Steel : AISI Type J02/yyi, vith polished No. 4 finish, 22 gage (.034") minimum, 
unless othervise indicated. 

Brass : Leaded and unleaded, flat products, FS(K|-B-6 13; Rods, shapes, forgings, and flat 
products vith finished edges, FS (K-B-626. 

Sheet Steel: Cold rolled, commercial quality ASTM A 166. 20-g8ge (.040") minimum, 
unless othervise indicated. Siirface preparation and metal pretreatment as required for 
at>plied finish. 

Galvanized Steel Sheet: ASTM A 527, G60. 

Chromium Plating : Nickel and chromium electro-deposited on base metal, ASTM B 456, 
TypeSC2. 

Baked Enamel Finish : Factory-a$>plied, gloss irtiite, baked acrylic enamel coating. 

Mirror Glass: FS DD-G-451, Type I, Class 1, Quality q2, 1/4" thick, vith silver coating, 
copper protective coating, and non-metallic paint craiting complying lith FS DI>-M-41 1 . 

Galvanized Steel Mounting Devices : ASTM A 153, hot-dip galvanized after fabrication. 

Fasteners: Scre'ys, bolts, and other devices of same material as accessory unit or of 
galvanized steel vhere concealed. 



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TOILCT TISSUE DISPEHSERS 

Single-Roll Dist>enser: Size to accommodate core tissue to 5" diameter roll. 

Fabrication: Spindleless chrome-plated zinc alloy constnjction vith tension 
spring delivery control; designed for surface mounting. 

GRAB BARS 

Stainless Steel Type: Provide grab bars -with vail thickness not less than 18 (.050") gage 
and as followers: 

Mounting: Concealed, manufacturer's standard flanges and anchorages. 

Mounting: Exposed, manufacturer's standard flanges and anchorages. 

Clearance: 1-1 /2" clearance between vail surface and inside face of bar. 

Gripping Surfaces: Manufacturer's standard non-slip texture. 

Medium-Duty Size: Outside diameter of 1-1/4". 

SHOVER AND BATH ACCESSORIES 

Shover Curtain Rod, Normal Duty: 1" o.d., 20-g8ge (.040") stainless steel satin finish, 
furnish 3" o.d. minimum 20-gage stainless steel flanges irtth satin finish, designed for 
expcsed fasteners. 

Tovel Bar: 24" long satin-finished Type ^ stainless steel tubular (3/4" sq\iare) bar 
and rectangular end brackets. Provi<te galvanized backplates for concealed mounting. 
Provide tvo per bathroom. 

MISCELLANEOUS ACCESSORIES 

Medicine Cabinet: Unit designed for recessed mounting in nominal 4' <tepth vail and 
consisting of hinged stainless steel framed mirror door concealing storage cabinet vith 
minimum 3 adjustable shelves. Door equipped vith full length piano hinge and 
spring- buffered rod type stop and magnetic door catch. Fabricate mirror frame, door, 
hinge of stainless steel, mirror glass quality as specified under "Materials, General". 
Cabinet and shelves shall be sheet steel vith vhite baked enamel finish. Furnish in 
nominal 18" x 24" mirror size. 

Double Robe Hook: Heavy-duty satin-finished stainless steel double prong robe hook; 
rectangular vail bracket vith backplate for concealed mounting. 

Tumbler and Toothbrush Holder: Satin-finished stainless steel unit vith 2-1/4" 
diameter hole in center to hold tumbler and 2 holes on each side to accommodate a total 



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of 4 toothbrushes, rectemgiilar vail bracket equipped vith backplate for concealed 
mooting. 

Soap Dish: Satin-finished stednless steel sos$> dish lith rectangTilar "vall bracket 
eqiiipped vith backplate for concealed mounting. 

lAERICATION 

General: Only an unobtrusive stamped logo of manttfacturer, as approved by Architect, 
is permitted on exposed face of toilet or bath accessory units. On either interior surface 
not exposed to viev or back surface, provide additional identification by means of 
either a printed, waterproof label or a stamped nameplate, indicating manufacturer's 
name and product model nvuaber. 

Surface-Mounted Toilet Accessories, General: Except vhere othervise indicated, 
fabricate units vith tight seams and joints, exposed edges rolled. Hang dccirs or access 
panels isith continuous stainless steel piano hinge. Provide concealed anchorage 
vherever possible. 

Recessed Toilet Accessories, General: Except "vhere other-vise Indicated, fabricate units 
of all velded construction, vithout mitered comers. Hang doors or access panels vith 
full-length stainless steel piano hinges. Provide anchorage vhich is fully concealed 
vhen unit is closed. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 
INSTALLATION 

Install toilet accessory units in accordance vith manufacturers' instructions, using 
fasteners "^ich are appropriate to substrate and recommended by manufacturer of 
unit. Install units plumb and level, firmly anchored in locations and at heights 
indicated. 

AD lUSTIMG AND CLEANING 

Adixist toilet accessories for proper operation and verify that mechanisms ftmction 
smoothly. Replace damaged or defective items. 

Qean and polish all expo^d surfaces after removing temporary labels and protective 
coatings. 



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SECTION 11 ISO - PARKING CONTROL EQUIPMENT 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Drivings smd general provisions of the Contract, including General and 
S\4>plei!Qentary Conditions and Division- 1 Specification sections, apply to vork of this 
section. 

DESCRIPTION OF VQRK 

Extent of parking lot eqxapment is sho^nn on draiirings. 

Types of parking lot equipment required include the following: 

Vehicle detectors. 
Card control units. 

Concrete for islands and curbing is specified in Division 3- 

RoodiTOY guard roils and parking accessories are specified in Division 2. 

Overhead coiling grille is specified in Division 8. 

Electrical service is specified in Division 16. 

SUEMinALS 

Product Data: Submit manufacturer's product data, specifications, installation, and 
maintenance instructions for each type of parking equipment required. 

Provide templates for anchor bolts and other items encased in concrete or belov 
finished surfaces in sufficient time so as not to delay the 'work. 

PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS 

Available Manufacturers: Subject to compliance vith requirements, manufactxirers 
offering products -vhich may be incorporated in the vork include, but are not limited 
to, the foUoiing: 



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Automatic Parking Devices, Inc. 

Cincinnati Time, A Unit of General Signal. 

Fe<teral APD. 

Stanley Parking Systems, Division of the Stanley Vorks. 

VEHICLE DCTECTOR 

General: Provi<te solid state, electronic detector units, designed to detect the presence 
or transit of a vehicle over an embedded loop of 'Fire and emit an electrical pulse to 
operate the overhead coiling grille (specified in another section). Provi<te a >position 
sensitivity switch and detection indicator light on the front panel. 

Detector Lootts: Provi<te <tetector loops at each side of the overhead coiling grille 
consisting of multiple strands of vire of the gage, number of turns, size, and method of 
placement as recommended by the parking equipment manufacturer. 

Operation: The detector loop located on the inside side of the overhead coiling grille 
shall close the grille upon <tetecting a vehicle after the opening of the deer by the card 
control unit, and open the grille v^>on <tetection of a vehicle vhen the grille is closed 
and has not b^n activated by the card control unit. The <tetector loop located on the 
outside side of the overhead coiling grille shall close the grille upon detecting a vehicle 
after the grille has been opened by the inside detector. 

CARD CONTROL 

General: Provi<te a pedestal mounted card control unit to activate the overhead coiling 
grille specified in another section. 

Card Control Unit : Fabricate housing of 'welded cold-rolled steel sheet, vith 
■weatherproof access panel on the front. Provide flush mounted lock and Wo keys to 
operate the access panel. Mount the housing on a 2" square steel tube pedestal vith a 
curved top to receive the housing, and a trim plate to cover anchor bolts. Finish units 
■with the manufacturer's standard baked enamel coating system. 

Ot>eratiQn: Insertion of a specially prepared plastic card vith a bar code causes 
magnetically actuated internal elements to activate the overhead coiling grille. 

ACCESSORIES 

General: Provi<te anchor bolts and other accessory items as reqxared for installation 
and operation. Hot-dip galvanize anchor bolts and other accessory items in accordance 
vith requirements of ASTM A 153. 



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PART ^ - EXECUTION 
INSTALLATION 

General: Install parldng lot equipment in accordance vith the manufacturer's 
instructions and placement drawings. 

Coordinate placement of anchors and accessories encased in concrete lith 
Division 3. 



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SECTIOH 1 14S0 - RESIDENTIAL EOUIPMEMT 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DQCUMEHTS 

Drawings end genertd proYisions of Contract, including Oeneral smd Svq>|>lementQry 
Conditions and Division-1 Specification sections, apply to iro-k of this section. 

DESCRIPTION OF VORK 

Extent of residential e<impment reqmred is indicated on dravings and specified herein. 

Types of residential equipcaent required inclxjde the foUoving: 

Gas ranges. 
Gas cooktops. 
Range hoods. 
Gas vail ovens. 
Refrigerator /freezers . 
Dishvashers. 

PlmnMng requirements are specified in Division- 15. 

Electrical services and connections are specified in Division-16. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Certification Labels: Provide residential equipment vhich complies vith standards and 
l>ears certification labels as foUovs: 

Energy Ratings. Provl<te energy guide labels vith energy cost analysis (annual 
operating costs) and efficiency information as required by Fe<teral Trade 
Commission. 

UL Standards: Provide residential equipment vith UL labels. 

ANSI Standards: Provide gas-buming residential eqtoipment vith American Gas 
Assoc. (AGA) seal of e5>proval, complying vith ANSI Z21 -series seal of 85>proval. 

Uniformity: Provide products of same manufacturer for each type of residential 
equipment required. 

To greatest extent possible, provide residential equipment by single 
manufacturer for the entire project. 

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SUBMIHALS 

PrcKJuct Data: Submit manvifacuirer's specifications and installation instioictions for 
each type of residential e<iuipment, including data indicating compliance vith 
requirements. Submit operating and maintenance instructions for each item of 
residential equipment. 

Schedule: Suboxit schedule of residential equipment, using same room designations 
shovn on drawings. 

Example of required format for residential equipment schedule is included in 
last article of this section. 

DELIVERY AND STORAGE 

Deliver products to project site in manufacturer's undamaged protective containers, 
after spaces to receive them have been fully enclosed. 

SPECiriED PRODUCT VARRAHTIES 

Submit manufacturer's standard vritten varranty for each item of residential 
equipment. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 

MATERIALS AHD FABRICATION 

Colors: Provide memufacturer's standard colors as shovn or scheduled. If no color 
indicated, provide vhite. 

&as Ranges: 

30" Freestandings TYt>e: Unit vith porcelsdn enamel, hinged or lift-off recessed 
cooktop vith built-in spillover bovls; 4 - 9000 BTUH bitfners vith removable 
porcelainized steel grates; pilotless ignition system; self-cleaning oven equipped vith 
manually svitched light, door vith vindov and safety locking feattire, 2 adjustable 
chrome racks, and porcelain enamel broiler /roaster pan vith chrome grille insert; 
control panel vith clock and timer; adjustable legs. 

Available Manufacturer: Subject to compliance vith requirements, 
manufacturers offering prodiicts iliich may be incorporated in the vork 
include, but are not limited to, the folloving. 

Sears, Rt»b\>ck & Co. 
Modern Maid; Raytheon Co. 

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Vhite-Vestinghouse. 

Gas Cciolstoi>s: 

Counteftoo Type: Built-in unit vith lift-up, self-e<lged top sia-face and porcelain 
enamel finish; pilotless ignition system; four 9003 BTUH burners vith removable 
porcelainized steel grates. 

Available Manufacturers: Subject to compliance -vith reqtiirements, 
manufacturers offering products vhich may be incorporated in the vork 
inclute, but are not limited to, the following: 

Chambers Corp. 
Sears, Rwbuck & Co. 
Modern Maid; Raytheon Co. 

Range Hoods: 

Ventilating Type: ^" hood for mounting belov vail cabinets, vith 2-speed fan, 
permanent cashable filter, built-in lighting, baked-on enamel finish, rated at 160 cfm 
minimum; complete vith duct, vail or roof C8q> and shutter. 

Available Manufacturers: Subject to compliance vith requirements, 
manufacturers offering products vhich may be incorporated in the vork 
include, but are not limited to, the foUoving: 

Amana Refrigeration, Inc. 

Broan Mfg. Co. 

Chambers Corp. 

General Electric. 

Hotpoint. 

Sears, Roebuck & Co. 

Modem Maid; Raytheon Co. 

Whirlpool Home Appliances. 

T?hite-Vestinghouse. 

Gas Vail Ovens: 

Oven /Broiler: Built-in imit vith continuous cleaning oven and lover broiling 
compartment for installation in 24" vide cabinet; control panel vith clock, timer, and 
automatic oven controls; pilotless ignition system; oven e<ruipped vith light adjustable 
chrome racks, black glass door vith vin<tov; including porcelain enamel broiler pan 
vith chrome grille insert. 

Available Manufacturers: Subject to compliance vith requirements, 
mantrfactxa-crs offering products vhich may be inc or porated in the vork 
include, but are not limited to, the folio ving: 



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Manufacturer: Subject to compliance vith requireinents, proYi<Je pnxlucts of 
one of the following: 

Sears, Roebuck St Co. 
Ho<fem Maid; Raytheon Co. 

Refrigerator /Freezers : 

Available Manufacturers: Subject to compliance vith requirements, manufacturers 
offering pnxhjcts vhich may be incorporated in the vork include, but are not limited 
to, the foUoving: 

Amana Refrigerations, Inc. 

Irigidaire; Vhite Consolidated Ind. 

General Electric. 

Hotpoint. 

Sears, Roebuck & Co. 

Vhirlpool Home Appliances. 

Vhite- Vestinghouse . 

Side-By-Side tyt>e: Freestanding, tvo-door unit; both compartments frostless, -vith 
separate temperature controls; switch for condensation control heating element at 
freezer opening; storage features including adjustable shelves, meat compartment, 
vegetable crisper(s), butter conditioning compartment, door shelves, removable egg 
trays or bins, and not less than 2 ice cube trays; adjustable rollers. 

Cat>acity: Minimum values, measured according to ANSI B^.l and certified by 
AHAM. 

Total volume: 19D cubic feet 

Top Freezer Type: Freestanding, rwo-door unit; both compartments frostless, vith 
separate temperature controls; svitch for condensation control heating element at 
freezer opening; storage features including adjustable shelves, meat compartment, 
vegetable crisper(s), buner conditioning compartment, removable egg trays or bins, 
dww shelves and not less than tvo ice cube trays; reversible doors; adjustable rollers. 

Capacity: Minimum values, measured according to ANSI B38.1 and certified by 
AHAM: 

Total volume: as indicated. 

Dishvashers: 

Built-in Type: Undercounter automatic unit sized to replace 24" base cabinet; porcelain 
enamel interior and soxmd-absorbing exterior insulation; full-eitension upper and 
lover racks and removable silverware basket; not less than tvo vash cycles vith not 
less than tvo vash levels and frod pulverizer; energy saving drying cycle; operable at 



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vater pressures from 20 to 1^ psi and requiring not more than 12.0 gallons of vater 
for normal vash cycle. 

rinish: Provide the following finish for <ioor front and lo'ver access panel: 

Manufacturer's standard. 
Available Manufacturers: Subject to compliance "vith requirements, 
manufacturers offering products vhich may be incorporated in the vork 
include, but are not limited to, the following: 

Frigidaire; Vhite Consolidated Ind. 

General Electric. 

Kitchen Aid Div.; Robert. 

Hotpoint. 

In-Sink-Erator Div.; Emerson Electric. 

Sears, Roebuck & Co. 

Vhirlp(»l Home Appliances. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 

IMSTALLATIOH 

General: Comply lirith manufacturer's instructions and recommendations. 

B\alt-In E<mit>ment: Securely anchor units to stq>porting cabinetry or countertops 
vith concealed fasteners. Verify that clearances are adequate for proper functioning 
and rot;^h openings are completely concealed. 

Freestanding E<niii>ment: Place units in final locations after finishes have been 
completed in each area. Verify that clearances are adequate for proper operation of 
equipment. 

Utilities: Refer to Divisions 15 and 16 for plumbing and electrical requirements. 

AD lUSTAHD CLEAN 

Testing: Test each item of residential equipment to verify proper operation. Make 
necessary adjustments. 

Accessories: Verify that accessory items required have been furnished. 

Cleaning: Remove packing material from residential equipment items and leave units 
in clean condition, ready for operation. 



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EQUIPMENT SCHEDULE 

Refrigerator: Handicsftped units. Sears Kenmore *49001 (side by side). 
Three l>edrcom units: Sears Kenmore *69821 (18 cf.). 
All other xmits: Sears Kenmore *60401 (14 cf.). 

JQ' Gas Range: Sears Kenmore *61081 (all units except handicapped units). 

CookTow: Sears Cenmore *43461 (handicapped units only). 

Vail Ovens: Sears Kenmore *40^ (handicapped units only). 

Range Hoods: Sears Kenmore *51391 R8. 

Dishvashers: Sears Kenmore *14195. 

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SECTION 12^Q0 - KITCHEH CABINETS 

PART 1 - GENERAL 
RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dra'vings and general provisions of Contract, inclioding General and Supplementary 
Conditions and Di-i/ision-l Specification sections, apply to vork of this section. 

DESCRIPTION OF VORK 

Extent of kitchen cabinets is indicated on drawings. 

Sink lonits in countertops are specif ie<l in a Division- 15 section. 

Appliances mounted in kitchen cabinets are specified in a Di'vision-U section. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Kitchen Cabinet Standard: ANSIA161.1. 

NKCA Certification : ¥here indicated, provide kitchen cabinets -sith National 
Kitchen Cabinet Association (NKCA) "Certified Cabinet" seal .rOfixed in a semi- 
concealed location evidencing compliance "Sith above standard. 

CountertQt> Standard: ANSIA161.2. 

Field Measurements: Verify sizes and shapes of countertops prior to fabrication by 
field measurements taken after base cabinets are installed. 

SUBMITTALS 

Product Data: Submit manufacturer's technical product data and installation 
instructions indicating materials, hardware, and finishes used in i^abrication of 
kitchen cabinets, as required to shov compliance mxh specifications. 

Shoo Drawings: Submit shop drawings sho-^^ing location and size of each f^'pe of 
cabinet and countertops, accessories, materials, finishes, hardware t"\T>es and locations, 
fillers, etc. Include fXilly dimensioned plans and ele^'atlons and indicate details of 
anchore^e to countertop and to walls. 

PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING 

Protect wood cabinets and countertops during transit, delivery, storage and handling to 
prevent damage, soiling and deterioration. 

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Do not deliver 'voo<d cabinets and countertops until painting, 'wet 'WDrk, grinding and 
sioiilar operations, vhich could be performed before installation of kitchen cabinets, 
have been completed in installation areas. Store kitchen cabinets and countertops in 
installation areas or, if that is impracticable, in areas with ambient conditions meeting 
same requirements. 

IDE CONDITIONS 

Conditioning : Manufacturer shall advise Contractor of temperature and hi.Mnidity 
requirements for cabinet installation areas. Do not install cabinets and countertops 
until required temperature and relative humidity have been stabilized and ^ill be 
maintained in installation areas. 

Maintain temperature and humidity in installation areas as required to maintain 
fflolsture content of installed cabinet 'work vithin a tolerance range of the optimum 
moisture content acceptable to cabinet manufactiorer, from date of installation throijgh 
remainder of construction period. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
GENERAL 

Cabinets shall be selected from The Brandon Collection as locally distributed by Gerrity 
Lumber and as further specified herein. Door design and o*/erall cabinet finish shall 
be selected by the Architect. 

DEFINITIONS 

Exposed portions of <;abinets include all surfaces including edges visible vhen doors 
and dra'S'-ers are closed. Also included are visible surfaces and 'Visible edges of sheh'es 
in open cabinets or behind glass doors and londerside of bottoms of cabinets o-^/er 4'-0" 
above floor. 

Semi-exposed portions of cabinets include surfaces behind opaque doors and draver 
fronts including shelves, dividers, interior faces of cabinet ends, backs, tops and 
bottoms, draTrer sides, backs and bottoms, and back face of doors. Also included are 
underside of bottoms of cabinets betireen 2'-0" and 4'-0" from floor and flat tops 5'-9" or 
more above floor. 

Concealed portions of cabinets inclucte sleepers, veb frames, dust panels and other 
surfaces not normally visible after installation, including underside of bottoms of 
cabinets less than 2'-0" above floor. 



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BASIC MATERIALS 

Particleboard: ANSI A208.1 mat-formed particleboard. Grade l-M-2 ^th minimum 
density of 40 lbs. per cu. ft., internal bond of 60 psi; and minimum screv holding 
capacity of 225 lbs. on faces and 200 lbs. on edges. 

Plastic Laminate: NEMA LD-3, of thickness, type and grade designation indicated; in 
colors or patterns and finishes indicated, or, if not indicated, as selected by Architect 
from manufacturer's standard selections. 

Hard-vood Plyyood: PS 51, (proposed ANSI A99.1 ), Good Grade (1 ) or better, of thickness, 
species, cut and core construction indicated. 

Hard^ypod Lijmber: Clear, dry, sound, and free of defects selected from First Grade 
lumber (NHLA), of species indicated. 

Hardboard: ANSI A 135.4, Class 1, tempered. 

Decorative Boards: Lov pressure melamine plastic laminate composite panels 
complying ^th NEMA LQ 1, of thickness and t^fJ>e indicated; in colors or patterns and 
finishes indicated, or, if not indicated, as selected by Architect from manufactiwer's 
standard choicer. 

Medium Density Eiberboard: ANSI A208.2, NPA 4, of thickness indicated. 

¥QOD CABINETS, TRANSPARENT FINISH : 

Exposed Materials : Do not juxtapose materials noticeably dissimilar in color, grain, 
figure and natural color markings. 

Solid li.M]iiber: Selected for compatible grain and color of the folio-wing species: 

Natural Birch. 

Northern Hai'd Maple. 

Redor¥hiteOak. 

Pine. 

Ash. 

Cherry. 

PlVT/ood Face Veneer: Same species as exposed limiber, unle-ss other-sise 
indicated, selected for grain and color compatible -vith exposed solid hunber, no 
defects. Edgeband exposed edges 'with solid vood of same species as face veneer. 

Semi-Ext>osed Materials: 

Solid Lumber: Dry, sound, selected to eliminate appeai-ance defects, of any species of 
hardvood or soffwood irtth color and grain chai'acteristics similar to exposed portions. 



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Plrypod : Species to match color and grain of exposed members; vith particleboard core 
or veneer core as standard vith manufacturer; unless other'wise indicated. 

Concealed Members: Solid lumber, plyvood, particleboard or hardboard, as indicated. 

Style of Face Construction: 

Uush Overlay Style: Provide base, -wall and full height units (if any) 7/ith draper 
fronts, doors and fixed panels (if any) overlaying and concealing face frames of 
cabinet body, unless other "sise indicated. 

Face Frgjne Style : Provide base, -vail and fidl height units (if any) -vith face frames of 
cabinets exposed around drawer fronts and doors. 

Drawer Fronts and Doors : Surface applied. 

Drawer Frotits and Doors : Recessed flijsh with cabinet front. 

Flush Sfrle Door Constrv^ction: Lumber core plywood, 5 ply ''i^ith hai'dvood face 
'/eneers and cross banding. 

Flush Style Drawer Fronts : S.ame construction as door or. where staiidard with 
manufacturer, solid or glued-up lumber, not less th^n 1 /2" thick. 

Stile and Rail Dra^^'^r Fronts and Enjors : Of design indicated, with stiles and rails 
of solid lumber, 3/4" thick for doors and 5/8" thick for drawer fronts, and center 
panels as follows: 

Plywood, 1/4" thick. 

Cabinet Construction, General : 

Face Frames: Not less than 1" x 1-5/S" solid lumber rails and stiles with glued mortise 
and tenon joints. 

Exposed Ends: Not less than 1 /2" thick, medium density particleboard core with exterior 
^reneer to match door and drawer fronts, and minimum 4-mil vinyl laminate on interior 
surfaces. Connect to stile with pressure-glued tongue and plow joint, and supplemented 
by concealed mechanical fasteners. 

Unexposed Ends: Not less than 1 /2" thick, meditam density particleboard with minimum 
4-mil prefinished vinyl laminate on interior surfaces. Attach to front frame in same 
manner as exposed ends. 



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Back. Too and Bottoffl-Rails: Not less than 3/4" x 3" solid liomber. machined to interlock 
with end panels, and rabbeted to recei-/e top and bottom panels; "vith back rails secured 
under pressiore vith glue and laechanical fastening devices. 

Shelving: Not less than 5/8° thick particleboard core plyr/ood or 1/2" thick medium 
density particleboard prefinished with minimum 4-mil vinyl laminate on top, botrom 
and exposed (front) edge. 

Wall Cabinet Construction: 

Tops and Bottoms: Not less than l/'Z" thick particleboard or 3/8" thick hardvood 
plywood, fxilly supported by, and secured in, rabbets in end panels, front frame and 
back rail. 

Backs: Not less than 1 /8" hardboard or 3/16" plywood fastened to machined rear edge of 
ends and to top and bottom hanger rails. 

Base Cabinet Construction: 

Front-Frame Drawer Rails: Not less than 1" x 1-1/4" lumber mortised and fastened into 
face frame. 

Bottoms: Not less than 1/2" thick p.3irticleboard with 4-mll vitvA laminate finish or 3/8" 
thick, 5-ply veneer core plywood seci.u-ed in and ixUly supported rabbets in end panels, 
front frame and back bottom rail. 

Be.ck Panels: Not less than 1/8" thick hardboai'd fastened to machined rear edge of end 
panels and to top and bottom rails. Interior surface prefinished with 4-mil -.anyl 
laminate. 

Toe Boards: Not less than 5/8" particleboard core attached between end panels and 
extended from bottom panel to floor. 

Comer Blocks: Glued and fastened in each of 4 top corners to maintain cabinet 
squareness and rigidity. 

Drawer Construction: 

Drawer Body: Not less than 3/8" thick vinyl-faced particleboard subfront, back and 
sides. Provide box-type construction with subfront and back rabbeted into sides and 
secured with give and mechanical fasteners. Exposed fronts fastened to subfront with 
mounting screws from interior of body. Drawer bottom of not less than 1/4" thick 
hardboard, set into rabbets in back, sides and front. 

Drawer Suspension: Minimum 50 lb. capacity twin track, side-moimted drawer glide 
suspension with nylon rollers, self-closing feature and positive stop. 



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Full-Height Cabinets: 

Back panels : Minimum 3/16" thick hardvood plyirood or 1/8" hardboard -sith 4-mil 
^linyl laminate on interior surface. 

Top and Bottom Panels : Minimum 3/8" thick hardvood ply^tiod or 1/2" particleboard 
"^th min. 4-mil vinyl laminate on interior surfaces. 

Corner Posts : Not less than 3/4" x 7/8" attached to all 4 ^rertical corners, fabricated ^th 
notches to provide adjustability and retainment of interior storage devices. 

COUNTERTOF-S 

Exposed Surfacing Material: High pressure plastic laminate, 0.050" thick. General 
Pwpose Type (GPjO): except 0.042" thick, Postforming Type (PF42), -s'here postformed 
countertop configuration is indicated. 

Substrate (Core) for Exposed Surfacing Material : Particleboard. 

Countertop Configuration : Provide postformed countertops -s-ith the foUoi/ing front 
st'i'les (nose), cove and backspla^h style, unless otherwise indicated: 

Front Style: Rolled. 

Cove: Direct bond. 

Backsplash Style : A (Curved or waterfall shape vith scribe). 

Countertop Thickness: As indicated, or, if not indicated, not less than 1-1/2", 
unless otherwise indicated, vith substrate (core) not less than 3/4" thick. 

TRANSPAREHT FINISH FOR KITCHEN CABINETS 

Shop Finishing: Finish kitchen cabinets at shop or factory to the greatest extent 
possible. Defer any final touch- up, cleaning and polishing until after delivery and 
installation. Apply finish in a properly equipped, temperatijre controlled spray room 
free from circulating dust, dirt, savdust, and other foreign material. 

Preparation for Finishing : Carefully and smoothly machine sand parallel vith grain, 
exposed and semi-expiDsed surfaces of cabinets. Hand scrape or sand exposed surfaces to 
remove machine mai'ks and scratches. Remove sanding residue and other foreign 
material. 

Finishing Materials: Manufacttirer's standard products selected to comply "vith 
performance requirements in referenced kitchen cabinet standard. 

Exposed Siorfaces: Apply finish as follows: 



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Seeler Coat, if reqxAircd. 

Stain : To match color selected. Apply stain by hand viping to produce maximum 
gradn clarity, and color retention and uniformity. AUov to dry. 

Sealer Coat: Catalytic curing resin-based coating to serve es initial moistijre and 
chemical barrier and to produce bond for top cj^at. Allov to dry and scitff sand 
before applying top coat. 

Top Coat: Catalytic cui'ing resin-based coating, heat-cured to a hard, smooth 
furniture finish, free of imperfections. 

CABINET HARD¥AR£ 

General: Prot/ide manufacturer's standard hard^yare units of X'/^'S, size and finish 
indicated, complying "^rtth ANSI A 156 .9, of type, material, size and finish indicated, or, if 
not indicated, as selected by Architect from manufactuirer's standard choices. 

ACCESSORIES 

Creneral: Pro'^hde manufac:turer's standard accessories of t'.^e indicated. 

FABRICATION 

Fabricate 'yood kitchen cabinets to dimensions and profiles and details indicated. 

Assemble units in shop in as large components as practicable to minimize field cutting 
and jointing. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 

INSTALLATION 

Install cabinets plumb, level, true and straight vith no distortions. Shim es required 
using concealed shims. ¥here -wood kitchen cabinets abut other finished ■work, scribe 
and cut for accurate fit. Provide filler strips, scribe strips and mouldings as indicated 
or required, and in finish to match cabinet face. 

Anchor cabinets securely in place "with concealed (vhen doors and drapers are closed) 
fasteners, anchored into structural support members of wall construction Comply -mxh 
manufacturer's instr tactions for support of units. 

Attach countertops securely to base units. Spline and gUw joints in countert>Dps; 
provide concealed mechanical clamping of joint. Provide cutouts for fixtures and 



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appliances as indicated: drill pilot holes at corners before making cutouts. Smooth cut 
edges and coat vith Traterproof coating or adhesive. 

Complete hard^yare installation and adjust doors and dr avers for proper operation. 

CLEANING AND PROTECTION 

Repair or remove and replace defective "vorK as directed upon completion of 
installation. 

Clean exposed and semi-exposed surfaces, touch-up finish as required. Remove and 
refinish damaged or soiled areas. 

Protection: Advise Contractor of final protection axi^ maintained conditions nec-essary 
to ensi.«*e that work viU be T/ithout damage or deterioration at time of acceptance. 



END OF SECTION 12.590 



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SECTION 126Q0 - EHTRANCE MATS AND FRAMES 

PART 1 - GENERAL 

RELATED DOCUMEHTS 

Dravings and general provisions of Contract, incliKJing General and Supplementary 
Conditions and Division 1 Specification Sections, apply of this Section. 

SUMMARY 

This Section incltides: 

Frames to be set in concrete floors to receive recessed entrance mats. 

Recessed Entrance Mats: 

One-Piece Rubber Mats 

Related Sections: The folloving sections contain requirements that relate to this 
section: 

Division 3 sections for concrete ¥ork, including forming, placing, and 
finishing concrete floor slabs and grouting frames into recess. 

Products furnished but not installed un<ter this Section include frames for entrance 
mats to be set in concrete floor slabs. 

SUBMIHALS 

General: Submit the folloiring in accor<femce "with Conditions of Contract and Division 1 
Specification Sections. 

Product data for each type of entrance mat and frame specified, including 
manufacturers specifications and installation instructions, details of constriKtion 
relative to materials, dimensions of individual components, profiles, and finishes. 

Shop dravings shoving layout and types of entrance mat and frames, full-scale 
sections of typical installations, details of patterns or designs, anchors, and accessories. 

Coordinate shop draving submittal vith concrete vork shop dravings shoving 
oversized recess for deferred installation of frames. 

Samples for initial selection purposes in form of manufacturer's color charts 
consisting of actvial sections of entrance mat and frame materials, shoving full range 



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of colors, textures, finishes, and f>attems available, for each type of entrance mat and 
frame indicated. 

Samples for verification pun>Qses in form of 12-inch-sq\jare assembled section of 
entrance mat and frame members vith selected tread srirface shoving each fype of 
metal finish and color of exposed entrance mat, frames, and accessories requii^. 
Vhere finishes involve normal color and texture variations, include sample sets 
shoving full range of variations expected. 

Maintenance data in form of manufacturer's printed instructions for cleaning and 
maintaining entrance mats. 

PRQIECTCONDITIQHS 

Field Measurements: Check actual blocked-out openings in fltxirs by acctirate field 
measurements before fabrication of frames and mats; shov recorded measurements on 
final shop drawings. Coordinate fabrication schedule vith constrtxtion prepress to 
avoid delay of Vork. 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

Single-Source Responsibility: Obtain entrance mats and frames from one source from a 
single manufacturer. 

SnJUENCING AND SCHEDULING 

Provide oversized recesses in concrete vork to receive frames. Itefer frame 
installations until building enclosure is completed and related interior finish vork is 
in progress. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS 

Manufacturers: Subject to compliance vith requirements, provide products by one of 
the foUoving: 

American Floor Products Co. 
Durable Mat Co. 

Pavling Corp., Standard Products Div. 
U5. Mat and Rubber Co., Inc. 

MATERL^LS 

General: ProYide colors, patterns, and profiles of materials, including metals and metal 
finishes, as indicated on dravings or by this specification or, vhere not indicated, as 
selected by Architect from manufacturer's standard colors, patterns, and profiles. 

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Recessed Mat Trames: Provide manufacturer's standard design, of size and style to fit 
entrance mat type and match 84>proved sample for permanent recessed installation in 
floor, complete vith comer pins or reinforcing and installation anchoreges. 

Provide frames of eitruded aluminum, ASTM B 221, alloy 6063-T3. Coat surface of 
frame that vill contact cementitious material vith zinc chromate paint or 
manufacturers standard protective coating. 

Provi<te frame memt>ers in single lengths or, vhere frame dimensions exceed 
maximum available lengths, provide minimum number of pieces possible, "vith 
hairline joints equally spaced and vith pieces spliced together by means of 
straight connecting pins. 

Frame cross section shall accommodate thickness of abutting quarry tile floor 
finish and shall be frame style *1(K)1-1 as provided by American Floor Products 
Company or c^'proved equivalent. 

One-Piece Rubber Mats : Provide manufacturer's stan-terd compounded rubber mats; 
square e<^ed except beveled vhere indicated for surface application (no recess in floor 
to receive mat). 

Mat Style: Solid sheet (no perforations). 

Thickness: 7/16 inch. 

Tot> Surface Profile: Standard 'vi<fe- vale combated. 

Bottom Surface: Lov-rib narrov- vale corrugated. 

FABRICATION 

Shoo fabricate units of entrance mat vork to greatest extent possible in sizes as 
indicated. Vhere not othervise indicated, provi<te single unit for each mat installation, 
but do not exceed manufacturer's maximum size recommendation for units intended for 
removal and cleaning. Vhere joints in mats are necessary, space symmetrically and 
avay from normal traffic lanes. Miter comer joints in framing elements vith hairline 
joints or provide prefabricated comer units vithout joints. Vhere possible, verify 
sizes by field measurement before shop fabrication. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 

mSTALLATIOH 

Install recessed frames and mats to comply vith manufacturer's instn»ctions, at 
locations indicated and vith top of frames and mats in proper relationship to one 
another and to adjoining finished flcwring. Set mat tops at height recommended by 

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manufatcturer for most effective cleaning action; ccwrdinate top of mat siirfaces vith 
doors that r«ing across mats to provide un<terd(xir clearance. 

Vhere frame is embed<ted in grout, provi<te necessary shims, spacers, and 
anchorages for proper location and secure attachment. 

PROTECTION 

Upon completion of frame installations and concrete "vork, provide temporary filler of 
plyvood or fiberboard in recesses, and cover frames vith plyvood protective flooring. 
Maintain protection until construction traffic has en<ted and project is near time of 
Substantial Completion. 

Defer installation of entrance mats until near time of Substantial Completion for 
project. 



END OF SECTION 12690 



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SECTION 14240 - HYDRAULIC ELEVATORS 

PART 1 - GENERAL 

RELATED DOCUMENTS 

Dravings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary 
Conditions and Division-1 Specification sections, apply to vork of this section. 

Refer to other sections of these specifications for related vork vhlch is not vork of 
this section, including electrical service T?ith fused disconnect switches for the 
elevator system, hoistvay. pits, and machinery room vith access, lighting, ventilation 
and services. 

DESCRIPTION OF VQRK 

Extent of hydraulic elevator -york is indicated on the drawings, in schedules and by 
provisions of this section. 

Types of hydraulic elevator service required include the folloving: 

Passenger elevator. 

Definitions: Hydraulic elevator vork is hereby defined to include systems in -^ich a 
car is hoisted either directly or indirectly by action of a hydraulic plunger and 
cylinder (jack); vith other components of the vork including fluid storage tank, pump, 
piping, valves, car enclosure, hoistvay entrances, control systems, signal equipment, 
guide rails, electrical viring, roping, buffers, and devices for operating, dispatching, 
safety, security, leveling, alarm, maintenance and similar required performances and 
capabilities. 

Elevator schedule indicates reqtjired performances, controls, capacities, features and 
finishes for the elevator. 

nTTAiTTy A<s^m?Awr^ 

Installer Qualifications: Either the elevator manufacturer or a licensee of the 
manufacturer, vho has not less than 5 years successful experience irith the 
installation of similar elevators. 

Regulatory Re<iuirements: 

Elevator Code: Except for more stringent requirements as indicated or imposed 
by governing regulations (^ich must be complied vith), comply vith 

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applicable re<niirements of AHSI/ASME A17.1, Safety Ctxte for Elevators, and 
Escalators (hereinafter referred to as the '■Co<Je">. 

NEPA Code: Comply vith applicable HTPA co<Jes, and specifically vith sections 
relating to electrical 'work and elevators. 

Fire Resistance of Entrances: Comply vith NFPA No. SO, and provide units 
bearing UL labels vith 30-fflin. temperature rise on labels. 

NEII Stan<teirds for Handicapped: Except as othervise indicated, comply vith 
NEII "Suggested Minimum Passenger Elevator Requirements for the 
Handicapped", and the re<iuirements of the State of Massachusetts Architectural 
Barriers Board including clearances, handrails, locations for signal equipment 
and similar provisions. 

SUBHIHALS 

Product Data: Submit manufacturer s detailed technical product <teta and installation 
instructions for each principal component or product, and include certified test reports 
on required testing. List and <tescribe features of control system, performances, and 
operating characteristics. 

Shop Prayings: Submit plans, elevations and details of car enclosure and hoistvay 
entrances. Prepare elevatoring diegrams to shov service to each level. Shov 
excavation requirements for jack. 

Samples: Submit samples of exposed finishes of car enclosure, hoistvay entrances, and 
signal equipment. Provide 6" to 8" square samples of sheet materials and 10" to 12" 
lengths of running trim members. 

Maintenance Manuals: Submit bound manual for the elevator, vith operating and 
maintenance instnjctions, parts listing, recommended parts inventory listing, 
purchase source listing, for major and critical components, emergency instructions, 
and similar information. 

Certificates and Permits: Provide Ovner vith copies of all inspection /acceptance 
certificates and operating permits as required by governing amhorities to allov 
normal, unrestricted use of elevator. 

INITIAL MAINTENANCE AMD VARRAMTY 

Maintenance Service: Provide full maintenance service by skilled, competent 
employees of the elevator Installer for a period equal to the Varranty period 
established in the Contract Documents. Include monthly preventive maintenance, 
performed during normal vorking hours. Include repair /replacement of vom or 
defective parts or components and lubrication, cleaning and adjusting as required for 
proper elevator operation in conformance vith specified requirements. Include 24 
hr/day, 7 days/veek emergency callback service. Exclude only repair /replacement 

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<Jue to misiise, abuse, acci<Jents or neglect cause<J by persons other than Installer's 
personnel. 

VarraotY: Provide special project -rarranty, signed by Contractor, Installer and 
Manufacttarer, agreeing to replace /repair /restore defective materials and 
'vorkmanship of elevator -work during warranty period. "Defective" is hereby defined 
to include, but not by vay of limitation, operation or control system failures, 
performances belov required minimims, excessive -veor, \jnusual deterioration or 
aging of materials or finishes, unsafe conditions, the need for excessive maintenance, 
abnormal noise or vibration, and similar unusual, unexpected and unsatisfactory 
conditions. 

Except as othervise porvided elsevhere in the Contract Documents, the 
"srarranty period is 12 months starting on Date of Substantial Completion. 



PART 2 - PRODUCTS 
ACCEPTABLE MAMUFACTURERS 

Manufacturer: Subject to compliance vith requirements, provi<te products of one of the 
foUoving: 

r. S. Payne Co. 

MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS 

General Re<iuirement: Provide manufacturer's standard pre-engineered elevator 
system '«1iich vill comply vith or fulfill the requirements of elevator schedvile sheets 
at end of this section; or, at manxifacttirer's option, provide custom manvifactxjred 
elevator system vhich vill fulfill reqiJirements. Vhere components are not othervise 
indicated, provide standard components, published by manufacturer as incl\>ded in 
standard pre-engineered elevator system, and as required for a complete system. 

Hydraulic Machines and Elevator Equipment. 

General: Except as othervise indicated, provide manufacturer's standard single-acting 
tinder-the-car hydraulic plunger-cylinder unit for the elevator, vith electric pump- 
tank-control system equipment in machine room as shovn. 

Piping: Provide size, type and veight piping recommended by manufacturer, and 
provide isolation cot^Ungs to prevent sound/vibration transmissions fVom pover unit. 

Inserts: Ftirnish required concrete inserts and similar anchorage devices for the 
installation of guide rails, machinery and other components of elevator Tork; vhere 
installation of devices is indicated as vork of another specification section. 



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Car Frome and Platform: Manufacturer s standard velded steel units.. 

Control Systems: 

General: Except as otherwise indicated, provide manufacturer's standard control system 
for the elevator or group of elevators, as re<iuired to provi<te automatic or group 
automatic operation of the type indicated, and defined in the Code as "Operations". 

Single Elevator Control: Except as otherwise indicated, provide solid-state "Selective 
Collective Automatic Operation", as defined in ANSI A17.1 . 

Signal Equipment: 

General: Except as otherwise indicated, provi<te manufacturer's stan<terd signal 
equipment for the elevator. Provide car control station and car position indicator in 
car, hall pxish-button station on each landings and other units as indicated. Provide 
illuminated buttons and signals, vhich light-up vhen activated and remain lighted 
until caU or other function has been fulfilled; fabricate of acrylic or other permanent 
translucent plastic. Except for buttons emd illuminated signal elements, fabricate signal 
equipment vith exposed surfaces of stainless steel vith manufacturer's standard 
directional polish or satin finish. 

Car Control Stations: Provide flush-mounted metal faceplates, containing call button 
for each lending served, and containing other buttons, switches and controls required 
for specified car operation and control. Mount at height complying vith HEII 
"Suggested Minimum Passenger Elevator Requirements for the Handicaqp^ped". Mount in 
return panel adjacent to car <toor. Provide operating device symbols as required by 
Code. Mark other buttons and s^tches vith manufactxirer's stan<terd identification for 
required use or function. 

Car Position Indicator: For passenger elevator car, pft)vide either illuminated-signal 
type or digital-display type, located near top of car. Include direction-of-next travel 
signal if not provided in car control station. 

In addition to visual indicator, provide ai>jible signal to indicate to passengers 
that car is either stopping at or passing each of the floors served. 

Hall Push-Button Station: Provide type vi\h flat face plate for surface mounting on 
vail finish (body of unit recessed). Provide 2-button station vhere passengers can 
travel either direction; 1 -button station liiere only one direction of travel is available 
and indicate vhich direction that is. 

Hall Lanterns: Provide units vith illuminated "up" and "dovn" signal arrovs, but 
prt)vide single arrov i^ere only one direction is possible. Provide units projecting 
from face plate for ease of angular vieving, except provide flush units isliere a 
location in hoistvay entrance frame is indicated. Match materials, finishes and 
moioiting method vith hall push-button stations. 



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At manufacturer's option, hall lantern signals may be pldce<J either above or 
besi<)e each hoistray entrance or in both jambs of entrance frame for the 
elevator. Mount at minimum of 6"-0" above finished floor. 

In conjiaiction "vith each hall lantern device, provide an audible signal to 
indicate that a car is arriving in response to a hall call and to indicate direction 
of car travel. Signal shall sound once for up direction of travel and tvice for 
dovn direction. 

At manufacturer's option, audible signal may be placed on the car. 

Hall Position Indicator. Provide illuminated-signal type or digital-display type signal, 
located above the hoistvay entrance at ground flcnr. liJatch materials, finishes and 
moimting method irith hall p\Jsh-butlon stations. 

At manufacturer's option, ground floor hall lantern signals may be 
integrated vith hall position indicators. 

Telephone: Provide rough-in for telephone hand set in the car, contained in flush- 
mounted cabinet and complete vith identification and instructions for use. 

Alarm System: PiTJVide emergency alarm bell properly located vithin building and 
audible outside hoisfvays, equipped to sound automatically in response to emergency 
stops and in response to 'Alarm" button at each car control station. 

Passenger Elevator Car Enclosure: 

General: Except as othenrise indicated, provide manufacturers standard pre- 
engineered car enclosure, to be selected by the Architect. Include ventilation, lighting, 
ceiling finish, vail finish, access <kK»rs, doors, pover dcxM" operators, sill (threshold), 
trim, accessories, and floor finish unless indicated as not vork of this section. Provide 
horizontal sliding doors of manufacturer's standard flush panel type, vith operation 
and number of panels as indicated. Provide manufacturer's standard protective edge 
trim system for door and vail panels, except as other vise indicated. 

Materials and Fabrication: Provide selections as indicated for the car enclosure 
surface; manufacturer's standards, but not less than the folloving: 

Enameled Steel Panels: Flush hoUov-metal construction, fabricated from ASTM 
A 366 cold-rolled steel, commercial quality. Class 1, matte finish, stretcher 
leveled. Provide vlth factory-applied baked-on enamel finish; colors as selected 
by Architect. 

Stainless Steel: A IS I type 302/304; vith manufacturer's standard directional 
polish or satin finish. 

Aluminum Sills: Cast or extruded aluminum, vith grooved surface, 1/4" 
thickness; mill finish. 



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Plastic Laminate: High-pressure type complying "with HEMA LD3, 0.05" 
thickness; color, texttire and pattern as selected by Architect from standard 
prodiKts arvedlable in the indiistry. 

Fabricate car -with recesses and cutouts for signal equipment. 

Luminous Ceiling: Fluorescent light fixtures and ceiling panels of translucent 
or open egg-crate plastic, of acrylic or other permanent rigid plastic complying 
vith flammability requirements. 

Vinvl ComtxKition Tile Hoor Covering: FS SS-T-312, Type IV, Composition 1 of 2, 
12"x 12"x 1/8"; color /pattern selected by Architect from oYoilable choices in 
tile industry. 

Handrails: Provide manufacturer's standard stainless steel handrails, on side vails and 
back vail unless otherrisc indicated; either continuous or ponelized. 

Door Edge Protective Device: Provide retractable edge shoe on leading edges of elevator 
entrance d<»rs vhich, upon contacting an obstruction in entrance, causes doors to stop 
and reopen. 

Photo-Eye Detection Device : Provi<te electronic photo-eye device vlth timed cm-out, 
projecting dual light beams across car entrance, at Y and 29" heights, vhich, vhen 
interrupted, vill cause closing doors to stop and reopen. Provide keyed svitch in car 
operating panel for disconnecting photo-eye device. 

Nudging Feature: After car d«)rs ere prevented from closing for a 
predetermined adjustable time peiiod, through activation of detection device or 
door edge protective device, a loud buzzer shall sound and doors shall begin to 
close at reduced rate of speed. Doors shall continue to close unless <toor edge 
protective device is activated by contact vith an obstruction, vhich shall cause 
doors to reopen. Process shall repeat continuotjsly until obstruction is removed 
from entrance. 

Passenger Hoistvav Entrances: 

General: Except as othervise indicated, provide manufacturer's standard, pre- 
engineered, hollov metal type, sliding, door-and-frame hoistvay entrances; complete 
vith track systems, hardvare, safeties, sills and accessories. Match car enclosure doors 
for size, number of door panels and door panel movement. Provide frame-section size 
and profile to coordinate vith hoistvay vail construction as indicated. 

Vhere gypsum-board type vail construction is indicated, fabricate frames vith 
reinforced head sections; provide sufficient strength vithout s\^port from vail 
lintels. 



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Materials and Fabrication: Provide selections indicated; manufacturer s standards, but 
not less than the folloving: 

Enameled Frames: Formed steel; -vith manufactiirer's standard baked synthetic 
enamel finish, colors as selected by Architect. 

Enameled Steel Panels: Flush hoUov-metal construction, fabricated from ASTM 
A 366 cold-rolled steel, commercial quality, Qass 1, matte finish, stretcher 
leveled. Provide vith factory-applied baked-on enamel finish; colors as selected 
by Architect. 

Altjminum Sills: Cast or extruded aluminum, vith grooved surface, 1/4" 
thickness; mill finish. 



PART ^ - EXECUTION 
IMSPECTIOH 

Prior to commencing elevator installation, inspect hoistvay, hoistvay openings, pits 
and machine rooms, as constructed, verify all critical dimensions, and examine 
$iq>portlng structure and all other conditions under vhich elevator vork is to be 
installed. Notify Contractor in -vriting of any dimensional discrepancies or other 
conditions detrimental to the proper installation or performance of elevator vork Do 
not proceed vith elevator installation until unsatisfactory conditions have been 
corrected in a manner acceptable to the Installer. 

INSTALLATION OF ELEVATOR SYSTEM 

General: Comply vith manufacturer's instructions and recommendations for vork 
required during installation. 

Excavation for lack: Drill excavation in the elevator pit to accommodate installation of 
plunger-cylinder unit; comply vith applicable requirements of Division-2 "Excavation" 
sections. 

Install casings vith vat e rp r oof seals at pit floor, and vith vaterproof, high- 
pressiire seal at bottom of casings. 

Install olunger-cvlinder units olumb and accurately centered for elevator car position 
and travel; anchor sectirely in place. 

Velded Construction: Provide velded connections for installation of elevator vork 
vhere bolted connections are not required for subsequent removal or for normal 
operation, adjustment, inspection, maintenance and replacement of vom parts. 
Comply vith AVS standards for vorkmanship and for qualifications of velding 
operators. 



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Coordination: Cwjr<3inate eleyator vork vith vork of other trades, for propter time and 
sequence to avoid construction delays. Use benchmarks, lines and levels <fesignated by 
Contractor, to ensxire dimensional coordination of the irork. 

Sound Isolation: Mount rotating said vibrating elevator equipment and components on 
vibration-absorption mounts, <tesigned to effisctively prevent transmission of 
vibrations to structure, and thereby eliminate sotjrces of structure-borne noise from 
elevator system. 

Install piping vithotJt routing underground, vhere possible; vhere not possible, cover 
underground piping vith permanent protective vr85>ping before backfilling. 

Lubricate operating parts of systems, including ropes, if any, as recommended by 
manufacturers. 

Alignment : Coordinate installation of hoistvay entrances "with installation of elevator 
guide rails, for accurate alignment of entrances vith cars. Vhere possible, delay final 
adjustment of sills and doors until car is operable in shaft. Reduce clearances to 
minimum, safe, "workable dimension at each landing. 

Leveling Tolerance: 1 /2', iq> or dovn, regardless of load and direction of travel. 

Grout sills vith non-staining, non-shrink grovit. Set units accurately aligned vith and 
slightly above finished floor at landings. 

FIELD QUALITY CONTROL 

Acceptance Testing: Upon nominal completion of the elevator installation, and before 
permitting use of elevator (either temporary or permanent), perform acceptance tests 
as re<iuired and recommended by Code, and by governing regulations or agencies. 

Oi>erating Tests: Load the elevator to its rated capacity and operate contintwusly for 30 
minutes over its full travel distance, stopping at essch level and proceeding immediately 
to the next. Record temperature rise of pump motor dtiring 30-minute test period. 
Record failures of elevator to perform as required. 

Advise Contractor, Ovner, Architect and inspection department of governing agencies, 
in advance of dates and times tests are to be performed on the elevator. 

PROTECTION 

At time of substantial completion of elevator vork (or portion thereof), provide stiitable 
protective coverings, barriers, devices, signs or such other methods or procedures to 
protect elevator vork from damage or deterioraticai. Maintain protective measures 
throughout remainder of construction period. 



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Provide similar protective measures for the elevator unit placed in temporary service, 
including inspection and maintenance service during period of temporary service. 

INSTRUCTION AND MAIMTEMAKCE 

Instruct Ovner's personnel in proper use, operations and daily maintenance of the 
elevator. Reviev emergency provisions, including emergency access and procedvires to 
be folio ved at time of failure in operation and other building emergencies. Train 
Ovner's personnel in normal proced\ires to be foUoved in checking for sources of 
operational failures or malfunctions. Confer vith Ovner on reqtiirements for a 
complete elevator maintenance program. 

Hake a final check of the elevator operation, vith Ovner's personnel present just prior 
to the Date of Substantial Completion. Determine that control systems and operating 
devices are functioning properly. 

Continuing Maintenance: Installer shall provide a continuing maintenance proposal 
to Ovner, in the form of a standard yearly (or other period) maintenance agreement, 
starting on date construction contract maintenance reqtarements are concluded. State 
services, obligations, conditions and terms for agreement period, and for reneval 
options. 



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ELEVATOR DATA SCHEDULE 

Capacity: 2500 potMKte. 

Si>eed: 125 feet per oiinute. 

Length of Trayel: 65 feet 

Motor Starter: Vye Delta 

Numt)ef of LatKhngy: Six (6). 

Number of Oi>enings: Sii (6). 

Operation: Selective Collective. 

Platform Si2e: 7'-0" x 5'-0". 

Car: Flush vail plastic laminate enclosure. 

Car Doors: Single speed plastic leaninate faced. 

Hoistvay Doors: Six (6) single speed 3"-6° x 7"-0". 

Door Operation: GAL. MOD 

Guide Shoes: Nylon. 

Guide Rails: 15 pound. 

Singals: Car position indicator. Fire service phase I & IL In-use lights. Hall pushbutton 
stations. Top $t Bottom hodstway access svitches. Main floor position indicator. Hall 
direction lanterns. 

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INDEX 



SECTION 


TITLE 


PART 


1 - 


GENERAL 


1.01 




REFERENCES 


1.02 




SCOPE OF WORK 


1.03 




RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE 


1.04 




SUBMITTALS 


1.05 




DESIGN CONDITIONS 


PART 


2 - 


MATERIALS 


2.01 




PIPING MATERIALS 


2.02 




HANGERS AND SUPPORTS 


2.03 




SPRINKLER HEADS 


2.04 




MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT 


2.05 




ACCESS DOORS 


2.06 




EXTRA HEADS 


2.07 




FIRE EXTINGUISHERS 


2.08 




FIRE PUMP 


PART 


3 - 


EXECUTION 


3.01 




GENERAL REQUIREMENTS AND PIPE IN, 


3.02 




TESTING 


3.03 




CLEANING AND BLOWING OUT 


3.04 




PLACING SYSTEM IN OPERATION 


3.05 




FINAL INSPECTION 



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SECTION 15300 
FIRE PROTECTION 



PART 1 - GENERAL 

1.01 REFERENCES 

A. The Drawings, General Conditions and General 
Requirements of the contract shall be included in and 
made a part of this Section. Where there is a conflict 
between paragraphs of this Section and similar 
paragraphs of the General Conditions and General 
Requirements, the most stringent requirements shall 
prevail . 

B. Examine all other Sections of the Specifications for 
requirements which affect work under this Section 
whether or not such work is specifically mentioned in 
this Section. 

C. Coordinate work with that of all other Trades affecting, 
or affected by work of this Section. Cooperate with 
such Trades to assure the steady progress of all work 
under the Contract. 

1.02 SCOPE OF WORK 

A. The work under this Contract shall include all labor, 
materials, tools, equipment, rigging, hoisting, staging, 
transportation, insurance, temporary protection, 
supeir\7'ision and incidental items essential for proper 
installation and operation of all systems as indicated 
on the drawings and specified herein even though not 
specifically mentioned or indicated on the drawings but 
which are usually provided or are essential for proper 
installation and operation of all systems as indicated 
on the drawings and specified in this Section. 

B. The specifications and drawings are intended to describe 
the minimum requirements that must be met by the 
Sprinkler Subcontractor for the installation of all work 
shown on the drawings and as specified in this Section. 

C. Furnish and install a complete sprinkler system for the 
first floor commercial area, lobby, trash room/ janitors 
closet and the basement garage excluding the following: 



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1. Elevator Machine Room 

2. Elevator Shaft 

3 . Electrical and Telephone Room 

D. Sprinkler system classification shall be Ordinary Hazard 

Group One in the garage (dry system) and trash room (wet 
system) and Ordinary Group Two in the commercial spaces 
and lobby (wet system) throughout. 

E. System is to be complete, consisting of the following: 

1. 4" class 1 standpipe with 2-1/2" angle type fire 
department valve located on landing at each floor. 

2. Complete sprinkler systems including control 
arrangement, pumper connection, risers, heads, 
drains, valves, fire pump, etc., fed off new street 
service provided by others . 

3. All required hangers, offsets around HVAC ductwork, 
and final location of heads as denoted on 
Architect's reflected ceiling plan. 

4 . Tamper switches on all gate valves in sprinkler 
piping system, class B, 2 wire. 

5. Fire Extinguishers and cabinets, as denoted on 
Architects plans . 

6. All other items required by NFPA. 

F. Systems shall be a hydraulically sized, all per NFPA. 

G. Sprinkler heads, guards, escutcheons, heads with correct 
fusing point and configuration/listing as required to 
fully cover portions being sprinklered. 

H. Piping system, valves, unions, gauges. 

I. Piping identification, nameplates, maintenance manuals, 
operating instructions for Owner's maintenance 
department . 

J. Shop drawings complete with hydraulic calculations. 

K. Hoisting, rigging, setting of all piping and equipment. 

L. Testing, cleaning and adjusting. 



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Fees, permits, royalties, guarantees. 

Spare heads in cabinet and wrenches . 

Provision of tamper switches and alarm flow switches. 

System drains, flushing connections. 

Hangers, supports, inserts, sleeves. 

Record drawings . 

Firestopping, smokeproof ing, waterproofing. 

Furnishing of access panels. 

Submittals to all State and Local Authorities and 
Insurance Agency. 

Scaffolding up to eight (8) feet in height. 

RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE 

The following work is not included in this Section and 
shall be performed under other Sections of this 
specification . 

1. Excavation, backfill and trenching. 

2. Temporary Heat, Water and Electricity. 

3. Housekeeping pads, cutting and patching in 
concrete, thrust blocks. 

4. New Fire Service from street main including tapping 
sleeve, street shutoff and sidewalk box. 

5. Flashing of all pipe penetrations. 

6. Finish painting. 

7. Installation of access panels by Trades as 
determined by the General Contractor. 

8. Plumbing work. 

9. Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning. 

10. Electrical power wiring, interlocking of tcimper and 
alarm flow switches to building fire alarm system. 

11. If required scaffolding exceeds eight (8) feet in 
height, entire scaffolding system shall be 
furnished and installed by the General Contractor. 

SUBMITTALS 

The Drawings do not indicate every fitting required to 
install the system as drawn, the arrangement must be 
followed as indicated on the Contract Drawings . 



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B. Prepare and submit shop drawings in accordance with the 
requirements of Division 1, General Requirements as 
modified and noted hereinafter. 

C. All shop drawings shall have clearly marked the 
appropriate specification number or drawing designation, 
for identification of the submittal. 

D. Disposition of shop drawings shall not relieve the 
Sprinkler Subcontractor from the responsibility for 
deviations from drawings or specifications, unless he 
has submitted in writing a letter itemizing or calling 
attention to such deviations at time of submission and 
secured written approval from the Architect, nor shall 
such disposition of shop drawings relieve the Sprinkler 
Subcontractor from responsibility for errors in shop 
drawings or schedules . 

E. Shop drawings shall include but shall not be limited to 
the following: 

1. Sprinkler work layout, including location and sizes 
of piping, heads, guards, flushing connections, 
drains, test stations, valves, and all other 
accessories . 

2. Hydraulic calculations per NFPA #13. 

3. Equipment cuts for: 

a. Inspector's test valves 

b. Valves, gauges, drains, piping 

c. Guards, spare head cabinet 

d. Hangers, supports 

e. Sprinkler heads, escutcheons 

f. Flow switches, tamper switches 

g. Fire extinguishers and brackets or cabinets 
h. Alarm Valve 

i. Access panels and/or doors 

j . Fire Department Connections 

k. Alarm bells and gongs 

1. Fire Pump, jockey pump, controllers and remote 

alarm panel 
m. Floor Control Valves 

1.05 DESIGN CONDITIONS 

A. Sprinkler system and all components, piping, head 
locations, ratings, system drains, etc., shall be 
designed and installed in accordance with NFPA #13, 
Massachusetts State Building Code and local Codes. 



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Each bidder for work under this section of the 
specifications is to establish for himself the exact 
quantity of heads required for the project. Additional 
heads shall be provided as part of this Contract, as 
required to satisfy the Code requirements for hazard 
stated. 

In general. Electrical Room, Elevator Machine Room, 
Telephone Room and Switchgear Rooms shall not be 
provided with sprinklers . 

Provide drains, inspector's test connection, and other 
appurtenances as required by NFPA. Obtain Local Fire 
Department approval prior to any installation. 

Notify local Fire Department and Owner prior to any 
water tie-in. 

The Sprinkler Subcontractor will be required to prepare 
detailed shop drawings indicating all piping and head 
locations, pipe sizes, calculations, as well as a bill 
of materials describing all components. This 
information in the form of a single package shall be 
submitted to the Architect for review and approval prior 
to fabrication and installation. "Package" (Contract 
Drawings or Contractor submission set) is to bear 
approval of local Building Department, local Fire 
Marshall and Underwriter's Agent of Owner's Insurance 
Company prior to submission to Architect for approval by 
him. 

The submitted hydraulic calculations shall be based on 
exterior flow and pressure characteristics 64 PSIG 
static pressure and 20 PSIG residual with 6210 GPM 
flowing. This information is as received from the 
Boston Water and Sewer Department from their records at 
Washington and Prospect Streets, dated April, 1986. 

The Sprinkler Subcontractor shall state in his bid the 
exact number of heads he deems necessary to adequately 
sprinkle the entire project, including the unit cost to 
add or deduct a single head from this stated quantity. 
Head cost shall include the provision of 10 '-0" linear 
feet of pipe and required elbows and offsets customarily 
associated with the installation of each head. 

This Subcontractor shall be responsible for any damage 
to work of others, the building, it's contents, etc., 
caused by leaks in any equipment, by unplugged or 



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disconnected pipes, etc., during installation or testing 
periods and shall pay for any necessary replacements or 
repairs . 



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PART 2 - MATERIALS 

2.01 PIPE MATERIALS 

A. Piping and fitting materials shall be, as follows: 

1. Interior Sprinkler Piping and fittings 

a. Pipe sizes 3/4 thru 1 1/2 inch: 

(1) Pipe: Black steel, schedule 40, ASTM 

A-153, Lightwall steel, ASTM 
A-135. 

(2) Fittings: Malleable iron threaded as 

above . 

2 . Interior Standpipe Piping and fittings 

b. Pipe sizes 2-1/2 and 4 inch: 

(1) Pipe: Black steel Schedule 10, ASTM 

A-135, Lightwall steel, ASTM 
A-135. 

(2) Fittings: Victaulic grooved end or 

threaded. 

(3) Gaskets: Full face, 1/8" miniirium 

thickness, red sheet rubber. 

(4) Bolts: Hexagon head, machine type with 

heavy semi-finished hexagon 
head nuts, cadmium plated, 
dimensioned per ANSI B18.2. 

c . Joints 

(1) Victualic couplings: 

a. Couplings shall be cast iron, 
ASTM A-47, grooved mechanical 
type, suitable for gasket ing 
and in two parts secured 
together by nuts and bolts . 

b. Gaskets shall be EPDM Grade 
"E",ASTM D-2000 as approved by 
the manufacturer and UL/FM. 

c. Bolts and nuts shall be heat 
treated carbon steel, ASTM A- 
183, min. tensile 110,000 psi. 
All bolts and nuts exposed in 
the public areas shall be vandal 



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proof. 

d. Where victualic joints are used 
with schedule 10 pipe, couplings 
shall be of the rolled type and 
shall be compatible 
dimensionally with the 
coupling. Cut grooving will not 
be permitted. 

(2) All black steel pipe shall be pre- 
oxidized with a suitable protective 
coating. 

(3) Use of materials and/or fittings other 
than those listed shall be subject to 
approval of local Fire Department. 

2.02 HANGERS AND SUPPORTS 

A. Furnish and install safe and substantial means of 
support for all parts of the sprinkler system. 

B. All piping shall be supported by being hung to true 
alignment using appropriate hanger arrangements. Hangers 
shall be located so that piping and hangers will be 
clear of other piping, hangers, conduits, lighting 
fixtures, equipment, ceiling suspension systems, 
ductwork and other obstructions. 

C. The hanging and supporting of all piping and equipment 
shall conform to the requirements of NFPA #13 and the 
manufacturer's recommendations. 

D. All vertical standpipes shall have heavy friction clamps 
at each floor. 

E. All horizontal piping shall be supported by hangers 
consisting of threaded rods and rings similar to 
Carpenter Patterson Fig. #128, Grinnell CT-65 or Fee and 
Mason #364. 

F. All hanger rods supported from slabs shall be done so in 

an approved manner. Coordinate method of attachment of 
all rods with Architect. Care shall be exercised in all 
drilling operations so as not to interfere with 
electrical floor duct banks. All rods shall have double 
locknuts . 



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G. Any inserts in new slab areas to receive hanger rods 

shall be UL approved, hot dipped galvanized of Carpenter 
and Patterson Fee and Mason or Grinnell Co. 

H. Explosive type inserts shall not be used to support 
piping hangers in any location. Inserts in existing 
slab areas shall be of the screw anchor type or rods 
made fast by plate and nut above floor. No plates and 
nuts shall interfere with finish of floors. 

I. All iron parts of all hangers shall have zinc chromate 
primer applied to retard rust formation. 

2.03 SPRINKLER HEADS 

A. Provide rough brass 160/165 degree rated, upright 
commercial rated sprinkler heads in all exposed areas, 
as noted on the drawings . Sprinkler heads throughout 
the building shall be UL and FM approved pendant, 
sidewall or upright type, as required and as made by 
Grinnel, Central or equal similar. 

B. Sprinkler coverage shall meet hazard densities with head 
spacing as outlined in NFPA No. 13. 

C. Heads shall be installed in the correct fusing point 
characteristics and ratings as per NFPA #13. 

D. Provide escutcheons for all piping penetrations in 
finished areas as specified in this Section. 

E. Sprinkler heads shall be automatic link, with 
escutcheons, constructed of brass with compression 
screws, operating levers, caps, gaskets, water 
deflectors, etc. Refer to drawings for exact quantities 
and arrangements . 

F. Provide guards for sprinkler heads in Storage Rooms, 
Janitor Closets and Mechanical Rooms . 

2.04 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT 

A. Check valves: 250 psi, iron body, swing check, brass 
trimmed. Underwriters pattern with grooved ends and 1/2" 
tapping for drain connection ball drip. Modify with 
rubber faced clapper, as manufactured by Grinnel, 
Central or Kennedy. 

B. Drain and Inspector's test valves: 200 wsp - 400 wog 
all bronze globe valve with bronze disc and rising stem 



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as manufactured by Jenkin Brothers, Walworth or Hammond. 

C. Fire Department Hose Valves: 300 psi, straightaway- 
pattern, non-rising stem, cast brass body, gate type, 
with replaceable solid wedge discs and tapered seats. 
2-1/2" female thread inlet x male hose thread outlet. 
Polished chrome finish, red wheel handle, cap and chain. 
Croker 5100 series, Walworth or Hammond. 

D. Gate valves: 2" and smaller: 200 psi wedge disc, OS&Y, 
all brass. Underwriters pattern with screwed ends, as 
manufactured by Jenkins Brothers, Walworth or Hammond. 

E. Tamper Switches: Provide on the main shut-off valve and 
at all valves serving branch piping off the system. 
Switches shall be suitable for indoor installation, and 
have sealed and gasketed enclosures. Switches shall be 
as manufactured by Autocall, Pyrotronics or Johnson. 
Switches shall be suitable for a Class "B" fire alarm 
system for wiring the item to fire alarm system by 
Electrical Subcontractor. Verify type of alarm system 
with Electrical Subcontractor. 

F. Sprinkler headguards : Shall be constructed of 
galvanized wire with locking device to permit authorized 
removal for sprinkler and head repair. 

G. Test connections: shall be 1" in size located five feet 
above finished floor/grade and connected to a sprinkler 
pipe at least 1" in size, discharging to a drain a 
minimum of 6" above finished grade unless otheirwise 
noted. 

H. Flow Alarms shall be UL approved vane type flow alarm 
devices equal to Potter VSR-D or VSR-P with adjustable 
delay initially set for 30 seconds, verify with Fire 
Marshall . 

2.05 ACCESS DOORS 

A. Access doors shall be furnished by the Sprinkler 

Subcontractor and installed by the designated Trade as 
directed by the General Contractor. Access doors shall 
be in all locations where valves, switches or other 
similar equipment are installed above inaccessible 
ceilings or behind walls or anywhere inaccessible for 
inspection, maintenance or servicing. Access doors 
shall be sized and located individually and in a manner 
approved by the Architect and to meet requirements 
specified herein and elsewhere for specific 



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applications . 

B. Doors shall be set square and flush in cooperation with 
the designated Subcontractors. Particular attention 
shall be exercised in the selection of doors for masonry 
walls in order that frame sizes used will match the 
courses of brick or block. All access panels in 
closets. Storage Rooms and/or other non-public areas 
shall be located and constructed in a workmanlike 
manner. Doors should be positioned so that the junction 
can be easily reached. The size of doors shall be 
sufficient for this purpose (minimum 12" by 16"). When 
access panels are required are required in corridors, 
lobbies or other habitable areas they will be located as 
directed by the Architect. 

C. Doors shall be constructed of steel with primer coats of 
rust inhibitive paint and having continuous piano hinge, 
as manufactured by Inland Steel Products, Milnor, Miami 
or Walsh - Hannon. 

1. Masonry non-rated walls - Style "M" with 16 gauge 
frame, 14 gauge panel and flush screwdriver 
operated camlocks . 

2. Masonry fire rated walls - Fire Rated with FM and 
UL, 1-1/2 hr. "B" rating, 16 gauge frame, 20 gauge 
sandwich type insulated panel, self latching lock 
having interior release mechanism, and key operated 
cylinder lock keyed as directed by the Architect. 

3. Suspended lath and plaster ceilings -Style "M" with 
16 gauge freune, 14 gauge panel and flush screwdriver 
operated camlocks . 

2.06 EXTRA HEADS 

A. In addition to the sprinkler heads actually required, 
furnish spare heads (a minimum of 12) of each type and 
temperature rating used, as required by NFPA #13. Heads 
shall be placed in a baked enamel steel cabinet mounted 
in Mechanical Room. 

Cabinet shall contain two socket wrenches and shall be 
of adequate size to hold required head quantity. 

2.07 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS 

A. Furnish and install fire extinguishers whether shown on 
the drawings or not, as required by NFPA #10 and by 
Bulletin #FPR-9 issued by Department of Public Safety 

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Commission of Massachusetts, Board of Fire Prevention 
Regulations. Provide fire extinguishers in cabinets 
(FEC) and/or on brackets (FE). Extinguishers shall be 
UL and FM approved as manufactured by Croker, Potter- 
Roemer, Allen Co., Seco or equal. 

B. Fire extinguishers in support areas shall be Halon type, 
red enamel steel shell with pressure gauge, UL rated. 

C. Fire extinguishers in Mechanical/Electrical rooms shall 
be carbon dioxide type, red enamel, aluminum shell, UL 
rated. 

D. Fire extinguishers in all other areas shall be dry 
chemical type, stainless steel shell with pressure 
gauge. Extinguishers shall be shipped empty and will be 
field charged by authorized personnel by the 
manufacturer. In areas where extinguishers are subject 
to freezing weather, provide an anti-freeze additive. 

E. Where extinguishers are shown to be installed on 
brackets, such brackets shall be anchored in the wall 
and shall be of size and type to securely hold 
extinguishers in place. 

F. Refer to Schedule on Drawings. 
2.08 FIRE PUMP 

A. Furnish and install where shown on plans a complete Fire 
Pump system complete with Fire Pump, Fire Pump 
Controller, Jockey Pump, Jockey Pump Controller, 
drivers, remote alarm panel and all accessories. The 
pumping unit shall be fully approved by the Underwriters 
Laboratories . 

The pumping unit shall meet all requirements of the 
National Fire Protection Association Pamphlet No. 20. 
The Fire Pvimp shall be designed to deliver 500 GPM when 
operating at a 71 PSIG pressure boost through the pump. 
The pump shall also deliver not less than 150 per cent 
of rated capacity at a pressure not less than 65 per 
cent of the rated pressure. At rated flow, suction 
pressure is 67 PSIG. Therefore, total discharge 
pressure at rated flow is 138.5 PSIG. The pump shall 
operate at a maximum synchronous speed of 3550 RPM. 

B. The Fire Pump shall be as manufactured by Darling-Duro 
Pump Company, Firepak Ultra Plus; completely factory 
pre-piped and pre-wired, skid mounted model 6x4 LA-F 



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base mounted vertical bronze fitted, single stage, 
double suction centrifugal fire pump. 

C. Provide the General Contractor with the skid base bolt 
pattern for installation of floor anchors . The driver 
shall be an electric motor of the drip-proof type, wound 
to recieve 208 volt, 3 phase cycle current. Locked 
rotor current shall not exceed the values specified in 
N.F.P.A. Pamphlet No. 20. Bearings shall be anti- 
friction ball or sleeve type and the motor shall not be 
less than 40 HP. 

D. Furnish a U.L. listed, labeled and approved fire pump 
controller which shall be completely assembled, wired 
and tested at the factory and the assembly shall be 
specifically approved for fire pump purposes. The 
controller shall be marked "Fire Pump Controller". All 
equipment shall be enclosed in one approved drip-tight 
enclosure. The contoller shall be the combined manual 
and automatic type incorporating the following, equal to 
the Tornatech AFR-C: 

1. Disconnect switch-externally operable, quick break 
type. 

2. Circuit breaker-time delay type with all trips in 
all phases for 300% of the full motor-load current. 

3. Motor starter auto-transformer reduced voltage 
starting type capable of being energized 
automatically through the pressure switch or 
manually by means of an externally operable handle. 

4 . Running period timer - set to keep motor in 
operation, when started automatically, for a period 
not to exceed seven ( 7 ) minutes . 

5. Pilot lamp - to indicate circuit breaker closed and 
power available. 

6. Ammeter test link and voltmeter test link. 

7 . Alarm relay - to energize an integral and/or remote 
audible and/or visible alarm through an independant 
source of power to indicate circuit breaker open or 
power failure . 

8. Means shall be provided on the controller to 
operate an alarm contact continuously while the 
pump is running. 



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E. The pump shall be hydrostatically tested to 1-1/2 times 
the working pressure but in no case to less than 250 
PSI. The pump unit shall be given a complete 
performance test and characteristic curves prepared from 
the test results shall be furnished. The test shall be 
made at the pump manufacturers factory. 

F. The fire pump unit shall include the follwing 
accessories; 

Concentric tapered discharge increaser. 
Pressure gauges 
Circulation relief valve 
Automatic air release valve 
Balldrip valve 

G. The Jockey Pump shall be of the horizontal multi stage 
turbine design with the motor mounted directly on to the 
pump. The pump model shall be a Darling 5A05-100. The 
pump shall be capable of delivering 5 GPM when operating 
at a total developed head of 231 feet. 

H. The pump suction, discharge abd diffuser chambers, pump 
shaft coupling and motor stool shall be constructed of 
cast iron. The impellers and pump shaft shall be 
constructed of stainless steel. Pumps shall be equipped 
with a mechanical seal constructed of tungsten carbide 
in a stainless steel and bronze housing. 

I. Jockey pump shall be driven by 1/2 HP, 3550 RPM, single 
phase 120 volt, open drip-proof motor. 

J. The Jockey Pump controller shall be a U.L. listed and 
furnished with a magnetic starter, fusible disconnect 
switch, hand-off -auto selector switch, control circuit 
transformer and adjustable mercury tube pressure switch. 
The controller shall be NEMA type 2, drip tight, rated 
for 208 volts, single phase, as manufactured by 
Tornatech model JPE . 

K. The Subcontractor shall furnish a remote alarm panel for 
mounting at location of constant attendance, refer to 
plans. The alarm panel shall operate on 115 volt, 60 
hertz power for supervisory voltage. Panel shall be 
furnished with visual-audible: supervisory voltage 
normal, pump operating, pump phase failure, pump phase 
reversal, low suction pressure alarm signals. 

L. The manufacturer shall provide the services of a factory 



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trained representative to align coupling and be 
available to assist in final acceptance test. 

Au?hor???ir.nH/^^''?^ acceptance test with Underwriting 
Authorities and/or Inspectional Services shall be made 
by the installing Subcontractor. 



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PART 3 - EXECUTION 

3.01 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS AND PIPE INSTALLATION 

A. The entire installation shall comply with all rules and 
regulations of the Boston Fire Department, State Fire 
Marshall, all bulletins issued by the Fire Prevention 
Regulations Board of the Department of Public Safety, 
Owner's Insurance Underwriters and all applicable NFPA 
pamphlets including NFPA #13, NFPA #14 and NFPA #10. 

B. The Sprinkler head coverage shall be installed as 
outlined in NFPA #13 and under the scope of work. 
Provide complete coverage in entire building except as 
otherwise noted with correct fusing point to suit the 
application. 

C. Provide valve identification, hangers, inspector's test 
connection and valve, drains, also clean and protect 
materials, etc., all as required by NFPA #13. 

D. Adjust all pipes to accommodate work to obstacles 
anticipated and encountered such as ducts, piping, 
conduits, beams, columns, etc. 

E. Prior to shop fabrication of pipes, make field 
measurements of structural elements and coordinate pipe 
routing with other Trades . 

F. Arrange pipes and equipment to permit ready access to 
valves, starters, motors, control components and also 
clear openings of swinging access panels . 

G. Cooperate and coordinate work with that of other Trades, 
Lines which pitch have right-of-way over those which do 
not pitch. 

H. Where "work" is installed in a manner which prevents 

other Trades from installing "their work" and the total 
space is adequate for all Trades then such "work" shall 
be relocated at no cost to the Owner, as directed by 
Architect or Architect's Engineer 

I. Adjust all pipes to accommodate obstacles anticipated 
and/or encountered. 

J. Due to the nature and scale of drawings, a completely 
detailed piping distribution system is not shown. 
Sprinkler Subcontractor shall provide all piping 
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installation of heads in the center of tiles, and/or as 
directed by Architect at no additional cost to the 
Owner. Avoid light and diffuser locations, coordinate 
with "Architect" and "General Contractor" the entire 
installation. 

K. Carefully inspect for cracked or dcimaged materials and 
replace anything defective immediately. 

L. Plug open ends of pipe when work is stopped. Flush 

building service lateral from main to building before 
connections are made to building system. 

M. Entire system shall be installed in a manner to conceal 
all piping in all finished areas. Exposed piping will 
be acceptable where ceilings are not provided. Sprinkler 
piping and heads shall clear lights, piping, ducts, 
beams and all other obstructions that prevent effective 
sprinkling. 

N. Install and pitch pipes at a slope of 1" to 40' so that 
system may be completely drained. Provide key operated 
drain valves at all low points with chain and caps . 

0. In general, branch lines shall run tight to beams and 

run below ducts and low between lights. Coordinate shop 
drawings with design and shop drawings of other Trades 
prior to fabrication or installation. 

P. Inspector's test connection shall discharge to a 

location approved by Architect and authorities having 
jurisdiction. 

3.02 TESTING 

A. All Fire Protection equipment and piping installed under 
this Contract shall be tested and proved tight. All 
leaking joints shall be corrected, retested and found 
tight. Such tests shall conform to the requirements of 
the NFPA #13. 

B. All necessary precautions shall be taken to prevent 
freezing or other deimage to equipment and piping as a 
result of these tests. 

C. All tests will be witnessed by the Architect and Owner's 
representative and Building and Fire Department 
Inspectors . 



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D. The Sprinkler Subcontractor shall provide all apparatus, 
temporary work or any other requirements necessary for 
such tests . He shall take all due precautions to 
prevent damage to the building. Notify all parties four 
days in advance of testing. This is mandatoiry. 

E. Any defects or deficiencies discovered as a result of 
these tests shall be immediately repaired and tests 
shall be repeated until the specifications are fully 
complied with. 

F. The Fire Protection system shall be tested at a minimum 
as specified herein and in accordance with NFPA #13 and 
FM. 

G. Perform hydrostatic test at 200 psig for four (4) hours. 
If leaking occurs, the installation will be considered 
unacceptable and after necessary repairs are made, the 
system shall be retested as indicated herein to result 
in a leak-proof system. 

3.03 CLEANING AND BLOWING OUT 

A. The equipment and piping installed under this Section 
shall be blown out under pressure and cleaned of foreign 
matter for a period of 1 hour before the system is 
placed in service. 

B. The surfaces of all equipment and piping shall be clean 
upon completion of the work. 

3.04 PLACING SYSTEM IN OPERATION 

A. Care shall be exercised in placing system in operation 
and intoducing high pressure water into all fire 
protection piping systems. Open new valves slowly and 
maintain watch for leaks in all existing systems for 
minimum on one (1) entire work day. 

B. Give advance notice to the Owner, of above procedures in 
sufficient time for Owner to notify his personnel and 
representatives of his Insurance Underwriters, in case 
they wish to be present. 

3.05 FINAL INSPECTION 

A. When the work under this contract has been completed and 
is ready for final inspection, such an inspection shall 

be made by the Architect and Owner's representatives. At 



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mt It"^^' ^^^ sprinkler Subcontractor shall demonstrate 

mef to ?hf ^^."^T^J" °' ^^""" specifications have been 
met to the satisfaction of the Architect and Owner. 



END OF SECTION 
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RELATED DOCUMENTS AND REFERENCES 

SCOPE OF WORK 

FEES, PERMITS AND LICENSES 

CODES AND REGULATIONS 

SUBMITTALS (SHOP DRAWINGS) 

SUBSTITUTIONS 

CLEANING 

PERFORMANCE TESTS 

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS 

EXAMINATION OF THE SITE 

GUARANTEES 

WORK EXCLUDED 

WORK INCLUDED 

RECORD DRAWINGS 

DRAWINGS AND INTENT 

GIVING INFORMATION 

OBTAINING INFORMATION 



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3 
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4 
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5 
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6 
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8 
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PART 2 - MATERIALS 



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02 
03 
04 
05 
06 

07 
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10 
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PLUMBING FIXTURES 11 

PIPING, JOINTS AND FITTINGS 17 

VALVES, STRAINERS AND ACCESSORIES 19 

FLOOR DRAINS AND CLEANOUTS 25 

INSULATION 28 
THERMOMETERS, GAUGES, PRESSURE VESSELS, SAFETY 

AND RELIEF VALVES 31 

AIR CHAMBERS AND SHOCK ABSORBERS 33 

AIR VENTING AND DRAINAGE 33 

ANCHORS, EXPANSION JOINTS AND OFFSETS 34 

WALL HYDRANTS AND HOSE BIBBS 35 

ACCESS DOORS AND PANELS 35 



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2.12 
2.13 
2.14 



DOMESTIC WATER HEATER AND ACCESSORIES 
INDIRECT WASTE ACID NEUTRALIZATION TANK 
SUBMERSIBLE SUMP PUMPS AND BASINS 



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37 
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SECTION 



PART 3 - EXECUTION 



3.01 



02 
03 
04 
05 
06 
07 
08 
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DOMESTIC WATER, SANITARY WASTE, VENT AND STORM 

WATER INSTALLATION 39 

NATURAL GAS PIPING INSTALLATION 42 

WELDING 45 

TESTING 47 

ADJUSTING AND BALANCING 51 

STERILIZATION OF PIPING AND EQUIPMENT 51 

CLEANING AND BLOWING OUT 52 

INSTALLATION OF INSULATION 52 

FINAL INSPECTION 53 



SECTION 15400 
PLUMBIN G 
PART 1 - GENERAL 

1.01 REFERENCES 

A. The Drawings, General Conditions and General Requirements of 
the Contract shall apply to the work of this section. 

B. Examine all other Sections of the Specifications for 
requirements which affect work under this Section whether or 
not such work is specifically mentioned in this Section. 

C. Coordinate work with that of all other Trades affecting, or 
affected by work of this Section, especially items furnished 
by the Owner and other trades. Cooperate with such Trades to 
assure the steady progress of all work under the Contract. 

1.02 SCOPE OF WORK 

A. The work covered in this Section of the Specifications 
consists of furnishing all labor, equipment, appliances, 
materials and in performing all operations in connection with 
the Plumbing System(s) complete in strict accordance with 
this section of the Specifications and plans, and subject to 
the terms and conditions of the contract. 

B. The contract drawings indicate the intent and general 
requirement of the systems. If any departure from the 
contract drawings are deemed necessary by this Subcontractor, 
details of such departures and the reason, therefore, shall 
be submitted as soon as practicable to the Architect for 
approval. No such departures shall be made without the prior 
written approval of the Architect. 

C. Systems installation shall conform to all applicable 
requirements of the State Fuel Gas & Plumbing Code, NFPA, 
Public Safety, local codes and other local 
agencies/inspectors having jurisdiction. 

D. It is not implied nor intended that the drawings show every 
pipe, valve, appliance or component, but this Subcontractor 
shall be required to take-off or furnish without additional 
expense to the owner, any and all materials and labor 

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necessary to complete the systein(s) to the full operating 
capacity of which they were intended and in accordance with 
the best standard practice of that particular trade. 

E. Each piece of equipment shall be installed in accordance with 
the recommendations of the manufacturer ( s) and the best 
standard practices for this type of work. 

F. Installation Directions: Obtain manufacturer's printed 
operating and maintenance instructions for all major pieces 
of equipment. 

G. Operating Instructions: Furnish copies of manufacturer's 
printed operating and maintenance instructions for all major 
pieces of equipment to the General Contractor and all other 
Subcontractors involved. 

H. Objectionable Noise and Vibrations: Mechanical and electrical 
equipment furnished and/or installed under this contract 
shall operate without any objectional noise or vibration, as 
determined by the Architect. 

I. Equipment, Design and Installation: 

1. Uniformity: Unless otherwise specified, equipment 
or materials of the same type of classification, 
used for the same purpose, shall be the product of 
the same manufacturer. 

2. Design: Equipment and accessories not specifically 
described or identified by manufacturers catalog 
numbers shall be designed in conformity with ASME, 
UL/FM, IEEE or other applicable technical standards 
suitable for maximum working pressure or 
temperature and shall have neat and finished 
appearance . 

3. Installation: Erect equipment in neat and 
workmanlike manner; align, level and adjust for 
satisfactory prescribed operation; install so that 
connecting and disconnecting of piping and 
accessories can be made readily, and so that all 
parts are easily accessible for inspection, 
operation, maintenance and repair. Minor 
deviations for indicated arrangements may be made 
as approved by Architect. 

J. Protection of Ec[uipment and Materials: Responsibility for 
care and protection of all materials and mechanical work 

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shall rest with the Subcontractor at all times until it has 
been as approved by Architect. 

1.03 FEES, PERMITS AND LICENSES 

A. This Subcontractor shall apply and pay for all inspection 
permits, certificates of inspection, and license fees, in 
connection with this work, and shall deliver said dociiments 
to Owner upon completion of work or culmination of contract. 

1.04 CODES AND REGULATIONS 

A. All materials, equipment, work, installation, etc. shall be 
in accordance with all applicable requirements of the 
American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air 
Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), National Fire Protection 
Association (NFPA) , American Society of Testing Materials 
(ASTM) , American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), 
National Electric Manufacturers Association (NEMA), and any 
or all pertinent federal, state and local codes, laws and 
ordinances in the event of any conflicts. Any conflicts 
between items in the above requirements and/or with the 
Specifications shall be referred to the Architect. 

1.05 SUBMITTALS (SHOP DRAWINGS) 

A. Shop drawings shall be submitted to the Architect and 
Engineer for approval in accordance with the provisions of 
Division 1, showing sizes and arrangement of equipment, 
foundations and anchor bolts, required motor data, 
performance characteristics of pumps, control diagrams, pipe 
diagreims, hanging details, and indicating all connections to 
work by other trades . 

B. All shop drawings shall have clearly marked the appropriate 
specification number and/or drawing designation, for 
identification of the submittal. 

C. Disposition of shop drawings shall not relieve the Plumbing 
Subcontractor from the responsibility for deviations from 
drawings and/or Specifications, unless he has submitted in 
writing a letter itemizing or calling attention to such 
deviations at the time of submission and secured written 
approval from the Architect; nor shall such disposition of 
shop drawings in any way relieve the Plumbing Subcontractor 
from responsibility for errors in shop drawings and/or 
schedules . 

D. Shop drawings shall include but not be limited to the 
following: 

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1. Plumbing fixtures, trim, carriers and accessories. ' 

2 . Hose bibbs , vacuum breakers and shock absorbers . ' 

3. Insulation, hangers and supports. 

4. Backflow preventers, valves, and strainers. ' 

5. Cleanouts, floor drains, garage drains, trench drains, 
downspout adaptors and packaged submersible sump pumps 
with basins and accessories. 

6. Pressure gauges and thermometers. 

7. Valve and pipe identification charts, tags and markers. 

8 . Methodology of maintenance manuals . 

9. Hot water heater accessories (unit by HV Sub.). 

10. Access panels. 

11. Additional samples and other shop drawings as requested 
by the Architect. 

1.06 SUBSTITUTIONS 

A. Where a particular product or item is specified by name, it 
shall be considered as the standard and as most satisfactory 
for it's particular purpose in the building. Another product 
or material equal in all respects may be submitted for 
consideration as a substitute under the following conditions: 

1. No substitutions shall be used or purchased unless prior 
written approval has been received from the Architect. 

2. This Subcontractor shall submit formal shop drawings for 
approval before ordering any equipment. The Engineer 
reserves the right to dissapprove any substitutions 
without qualification if, in his opinion, the equipment 
offered does not equal the equipment specified. 

3 . Acceptance of a substitution by the Architect shall not 
relieve the Subcontractor from responsibility if the 
substituted item does not perform as per the original 
specifications . 

1.07 CLEANING 

A. Work areas, including any storage areas, shall be kept free 

from accumulation of waste, materials, dirt or rubbish during 
construction. At the completion of his work, this 
Subcontractor shall remove all dirt and debris caused by his 
work at the site and shall remove from the premises all his 
tools, scaffolding, equipment, crating and shipping 
containers and materials belonging to him; leaving the 
premises, so far as his work is concerned, broom cleaned to 
the satisfaction of the Architect. 

1.08 PERFORMANCE TESTS 



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A. Upon completion of work, and after the systems are set, this 
Subcontractor shall conduct performance tests of the systems . 
These tests shall be carried out under the supervision of the 
Architect prior to acceptance of the systems and shall be 
arranged for the purpose of demonstrating satisfactory 
functional and operating effeciency as well as adjustments, 
ladders, lubricants, test equipment and personnel required 
for the tests . 

1.09 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS 

A. Printed instructions, covering the operations and maintenance 
of each major item of equipment, shall be posted at locations 
designated by the Architect. Upon completion of the work and 
after all the tests are completed, and the systems 
operational, this Subcontractor shall instruct a 
representative of the Owner for eight ( 8 ) hours in the proper 
operation and maintenance of the systems . Both written and 
verbal instructions shall be furnished in detail . Written 
instructions shall make reference to each item and describe 
it's proper functioning adjustment and maintenance. Four (4) 
copies shall be furnished, hard bound for the Owner's use and 
deposition. 

1.10 EXAMINATION OF THE SITE 

A. This Subcontractor shall visit the site and view conditions 
as they exist prior to submission of a bid and shall include 
all costs to overcome conditions as they exist. The 
submission of a bid shall be taken as evidence that the 
bidder has examined existing conditions and has satisfied 
himself to the various requirements, obstacles and advantages 
of performing the work, this is mandatory. No subsequent 
allowances will be made in this respect due to the failure of 
this Subcontractor to meet the full requirements of the 
Specification . 

1.11 GUARANTEES 

A. Exceot as otherwise provided elsewhere in the Contract 
Documents, all parts of the installation shall be guaranteed 
in writing by this Subcontractor to be free from defects 
and/or manufacture and installation for a period of one (1) 
year from the date of written acceptance by the Architect. 
This Subcontractor shall replace without cost to the Owner, 
any part or parts of piping and equipment, and all labor and 
materials required, which fails due to such cause or causes 
during the guarantee period. 

B. This Subcontractor and the manufacturer of each and every 

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piece of equipment shall guarantee same to be of capacity and 
capable of performance as represented by the manufacturer. 

C. The manufacturer's written guarantee, where such extends 

beyond the one year requirement, shall be delivered to the 
Architect for transmittal to the Owner. 

1.12 WORK EXCLUDED 

A. For additional work requirements and/or work not included in 
this Section (but related thereto) and required to be 
performed under the designated Sections, see the following: 

1. Excavation, Backfilling and Trenching. Site utility 
relocation and other main supply and outfall piping 
installation (sewer, storm, water and gas service) : 
SITE WORK. 

2. Temporary water : SPECIAL CONDITIONS. 

3. Housekeeping Pads, Cutting and Patching in concrete, 
thrust blocks : CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE. 

4. Cutting and Patching in masonry : MASONRY. 

5. Wood cabinets and casework : CABINETS AND CASEWORK. 

6. Flashing of all pipe penetrations thru roof : ROOFING 
AND FLASHING. 

7. Finish Painting : PAINTING. 

8. Sprinkler and Fire Standpipe System : FIRE PROTECTION. 

9. Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning : HVAC . 

10. Electrical power wiring : ELECTRICAL. 

11. Installation of access panels furnished under this 
section shall be by the trades as designated by the 
General Contractor. 

12. If the required height of staging, planking and 
scaffolding exceeds eight (8) feet; the entire staging, 
planking and scaffolding will be furnished, installed 
and maintained by the General Contractor at no cost to 
the Subcontractor. 

1.13 WORK INCLUDED 

A. The work included shall generally consist of, but not be 
limited to the following: 

1. Installation of complete domestic hot and cold water 
systems, as indicated on the drawings. 

2. Installation of domestic hot water heater accessories. 

3. Sanitary, waste and vent system(s) from fixtures/ 
equipment to points indicated on the drawings . 

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4 . Complete gas piping system as indicated on the drawings . 

5. Installation of Plumbing Fixtures and accessories furnished 
under this Section. 

6. Hot and cold water, sanitary and storm drain piping to 
all equipment requiring same. 

7. Temporary water and Toilet Facilities for workers on 
this Project during Construction. 

8. Insulation for piping systems and equipment as specified 
hereinafter, complete, including all valves, fittings 
and repair of insulation where new connections are made 
to existing services . 

9. Installation of new plumbing fixtures and trim, carriers 
and plumbing accessories furnished under this section. 

10. Valves, pressure gauges and thermometers, hose bibbs 
(interior and exterior), backflow preventers, air 
chambers and shock absorbers . 

11. Hangers, supports, expansion joints, inserts, anchors 
and sleeves. 

12. Firestopping, smokestopping, counterf lashing and 
waterproofing . 

13. Air vents and system drains. 

14. Balancing, testing, cleaning, adjusting and 
sterilization. 

15. Valve tags, charts, equipment and piping identification 
and nameplates, all systematically logged in a manner 
suitable for filing by the Owner or Owner's 
Representative . 

16. Shop drawings, fees, permits, guarantees and royalties. 

17. Hoisting, rigging and setting of all piping and 
equipment . 

18. Record drawings, piping and equipment markers and 
identification . 

19 . Starters and disconnects for equipment furnished under 
this Section only. 

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20. Furnishing of access panels. 

21. Reduced pressure backflow preventers as defined by Local 
and/or State Codes. 

22. Staging, planking and scaffolding less than eight (8) 
feet in height. 

23. Deactivation, capping and/or valving off existing 
Plumbing Systems, as shown, if required and as noted on 
the Drawings and as directed by the General Contractor. 
Relocation of existing Plumbing, piping, and systems, 
etc . , as shown on the drawings and required to 
facilitate the installation of new piping and systems as 
shown on the drawings. The deactivation of all existing 
piping is to be done by this Subcontractor, per local 
Codes . Actual removal of deactivated piping and 
fixtures is to be done by the General Contractor 
employing the correct licensed mechanics for the 
particular trade involved. 

1.14 RECORD DRAWINGS 

A. In accordance with the requirements of the General 
Requirements, furnish and keep on the job at all times, one 
complete set of blackline prints of the plumbing work which 
shall be clearly, neatly and accurately noted, promptly as 
the work progresses, all architectural and plumbing changes, 
revisions and additions to the work. Whenever work is 
installed, other than that shown on the plumbing drawings, 
such changes shall be noted. 

B. Indicate daily progress on these prints by coloring in the 
various pipes, valves, apparatus, and appurtenances as they 
are erected. 

C. No approval of requisitions for payment for work installed 
will be given unless supported by record prints as required 
above . 

D. At the conclusion of work, prepare record as-built drawings 
in accordance with the requirements of the General 
Requirements . 

1.15 DRAWINGS AND INTENT 

A. Plumbing Subcontractor shall refer to the plumbing drawings 
and architectural floor plans and details for a full 
comprehension of the extent and detail of the work to be 

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performed. These drawings are intended to be supplementary 
to the Specifications; and any work indicated, mentioned or 
implied in either is to be considered as specified in both. 

B. All work shown on the drawings is intended to be 
approximately correct to the scale of the drawings, but 
figured dimensions and detail drawings are in all cases to 
assume precedence over them. 

C. Plvimbing Subcontractor, before installing any of his work, 
shall see that it does not interfere with the clearances 
required for finished columns, pilasters, partitions, walls 
and ceilings, as shown on the contract, architectural 
drawings and details. 

D. Work installed by the Plvimbing Subcontractor which interferes 
with or modifies the architectural design as shown on the 
contract drawings, shall be changed as directed by the 
Architect, and all costs incidental to such changes shall be 
paid for by the Plumbing Subcontractor. 

E. In any and all cases of discrepancy in figures, plans or 
specifications, they shall be immediately submitted to the 
Architect for his or her decision. 

F. Should it appear that the character of the work herein 
contemplated or any matter related thereto is not 
sufficiently explained in the specifications or drawings, the 
Plumbing Subcontractor may apply to the Architect for further 
information or drawings and shall conform to such when given 
as part of these specifications as far as they may be 
consistent with the original drawings and specifications. 

G. Typical details, where shown on the drawings, shall apply to 
each and every item of the project where such items are 
incorporated. They are not repeated in full on all drawings, 
which in many cases are diagrammatic only, but with the 
intention that such details shall be applicable in full. 

H. If the Plumbing Subcontractor bidding this project believes 
that any necessary item of work has been omitted from the 
plans or specifications, he shall include a list of same with 
his bid. In the absence of such written notice, it is 
mutually agreed that the bidder has included the cost of all 
required items in his bid and that he will be responsible for 
the satisfactory operation of the entire plumbing work at no 
extra cost to the Owner. 

I. The Plumbing Subcontractor shall submit plumbing plans to 
local Plvimbing Inspector for his approval before starting 

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work. Any additional changes to comply with code 
requirements shall be performed at no cost to the Owner. 

1.16 GIVING INFORMATION 

A. The Plumbing Subcontractor shall keep himself fully informed 
as to the shape, size and position of all openings and 
foundations required for his apparatus and shall give full 
information to the General Contractor sufficiently in advance 
of the work, so that all openings and foundations may be 
built in advance. He shall also furnish all sleeves and 

supports hereinafter specified, so that the responsible trade 
may build same in place. 

B. In any case of failure on the part of the Plumbing 
Subcontractor to give the proper information as noted above, 
he shall be required to pay the cost of having the work done. 

1.17 OBTAINING INFORMATION 

A. The Plumbing Subcontractor shall obtain detailed information 
from the manufacturer's of apparatus which he is to provide, 
for the proper methods of installation. He shall also obtain 
all information from the General Contractor and other 
Contractors to insure full comprehension of the work to be 
done and to assure coordination between work under this 
section and of all other work under this contract. 



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PART 2 - MATERIALS 
2.01 PLUMBING FIXTURES 

A. Provide plumbing fixtures with fittings, trim, faucets, 
valves, supports and appurtenances, as required, to make 
usable fixtures. All fixtures and accessories shall be free 
from scars and scratches, shall be protected from damage 
during the progress of the work, and shall be clean and ready 
for use upon completion of the project. Set all fixtures 
plumb, square and secure. All denoted plumbing fixtures 
shall be of the "low consumption" type, both water closets 
and lavatories /sinks and showers, complete with flow 
controls . 

B. Each water supply connection to each fixture and each item of 
water consuming equipment shall be equipped with an 
accessible stop valve. Provide Owner with six (6) keys to 
operate loose key stops on fixtures and supplies, where 
specified. Provide all required fixture supports, backings, 
and floor supports for all fixtures. All supports shall be 
approved by the Architect. 

C. All fixture numbers are based on Eljer with American Stand- 
ard, Lasco, Kohler, Elkay or Just as acceptable equals, 
except where noted otherwise. All fixtures shall be white, 
vitreous china except otherwise noted. All faucets, trim, 
traps and supplies shall be chrome finished as manufactured 
by Delta, Symmons , Chicago, Moen, Kohler, or American 
Standard. All carriers, hangers, drains and supports shall 
be J.R. Smith, Josam, Zurn or Wade. All flush valves shall be 
diaphragm- type as made by Sloan, Delaney or Watreous . 

D. All exposed trim above and below fixtures shall be chrome 
plated. All lavatory traps to be iron pipe size (IPS) red 
brass. 

E. Refer to Architectural drawings to ascertain structural 
integrity of walls or partitions that are to support plumbing 
fixtures or to which plumbing accessories or trim is to be 
attached as well as, for exact location and quantity of 
plumbing fixtures. Fixtures shown on the Architectural 
and/or the Plumbing drawings, shall be provided as part of 
this Contract and shall be connected to all appropriate 
services to result in complete and operable units . 

F. Furnish and install flow control devices on all hot and cold 
water consuming fixtures in compliance with the latest 
revised Energy Code Requirements of the State Building Code 
and State Plumbing Code. 

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All trim on all fixtures shall have vandal-proof devices to 
prevent unauthorized adjustment or removal of various ' 
components . 

All Plumbing Fixtures and Trim designated as "Handicapped 
Accessible" shall comply in full with the regulations and 
requirements of the Massachusetts Architectural Barriers 
Board. 

Plumbing Fixtures shall be as scheduled, as follows: 

1. P-1 Water Closet (Regular) 

a. Eljer 091-4605 "Ultra-One/G" , two piece elongated 
siphon jet action low consumption, 1.4 gallon per 
flush tank type water closet, vitreous china, floor 
outlet, 12" roughing. 

b. Provide the following: 

1. Eljer 124-0330 open front solid plastic elongated | 
seat and cover with replaceable vinyl bumpers, selftj 
sustaining check hinge and bolt caps to match. 

2. 1/2" I.P.S. chrome vandal resistant angle 
supply/stop mounted either right or left to suit 
application. 

3. 4" closet floor flange. 

2. P-IA Water Closet (Future) 

a. Fixture to be installed as future, install roughing 
as specified for P-1. Cap all waste connections 
flush with new finish and provide supply/stops at 
appropriate locations for installation by others. 

b. Provide roughing as specified for P-1. 

3. P-IB Water Closet (Handicapped) 

a. Same as specified for P-1. 

b. Provide items b #2 & 3 as specified for P-1 in 
addition to the following: 

1. Eljer 124-0435 3" lift seat, less cover, open 
front to elevate fixture dimension to 17" off 
floor (to satisfy handicapped requirements). 

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4. P-IC Water Closet (Floor mounted back outlet) 

a. Eljer 091-1825 "Orlando", two piece elongated 
siphon jet action low consumption, 3,5 gallon per 
flush tank type water closet, vitreous china, rear 
outlet, back outlet flange. 

b. Provide the following: 

1. Eljer 124-0330 open front solid plastic 
elongated seat and cover with replaceable vinyl 
bumpers, self sustaining check hinge and bolt 
caps to match. 

2. 1/2" I.P.S. chrome vandal resistant angle 
supply/stop mounted either right or left to 
suit application. 

3. Appropriate right or left inlet vented stack 
fitting. 

5. P-2 Lavatory (Regular) 

a. Eljer 051-3514 "Laura Lavatory" vitreous china, 4" 
centers, integral overflow, self rimming, 20" x 17" 
oval . 

b. Provide the following: 

1. Symmons S-90-2-G-FR-VP chrome plated brass 4" 
center set faucet, grid strainer, 1/2 GPM flow 
control, vandal proof aerator. 

2. (2) 3/8" lavatory supply assemblies with loose 
key vandal resistant handle, escutcheon, 
flexible tube riser and chrome finish. 

3. 1 1/4" chrome tailpiece. 

4. Adjustable swivel "p" trap with cleanout. 

6. P-2A Lavatory (Future) 

a. Fixture to be installed as future, install roughing 
as specified for P-2. Cap all waste connections 
flush with new finish and provide supply/stops at 
appropriate locations for installation by others. 

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b. Provide roughing as specified for P-2 . 

7. P-2B Lavatory (Handicapped) ' 

a. Scune as specified for P-2, except mounted in 
countertop set at handicapped height. 

b. Provide items 2 & 4 as specified above in addition 
to the following: 

1. Symmons S-90-2-G-FR-VP-W chrome plated brass 4" 
center set faucet with extra long wrist 
operable 

handle (to satisfy handicapped requirements), 
grid strainer, 1/2 GPM flow control, vandal 
proof aerator. 

2. Offset chrome trap drain with 1 1/4" tailpiece. 

8. P-3 Bathtub (Regular) ' 

a. Lasco 2603-SG (R/L) one piece fiberglass tub/showerli 
with built-in grab bar, shelves, non-slip bottom, 
left or right outlet orientation to suit. 

b. Provide the following: 

1. Symmons S-96-X-2-131 pressure balancing 
tub/shower faucet with 2.0 GPM flow control, 
angle stops and super shower head. 

2 . Trip lever bath waste assembly, chrome plated 
brass, grid drain, all brass construction. 

9. P-3A Bathtub (Handicapped) 

a. Eljer 013-0320/5 "Ventura" 5'-0" enameled steel tub 
with non-slip bottom, left or right outlet 
orientation to suit. Seat and surround by General 
Contractor. 

b. Provide item #2 as specified for P-3. 

1. Symmons S-96-X-131-401-2WHS pressure balancing 
tub/shower faucet with 2.0 GPM flow control, 
angle stops, super shower head, wall and hand 
shower, 24" chrome bar. 

10. P-4 Washing Machine Box 

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a. Syininons W-602 Laundry - mate supply and drain 

fixture with 1/2" copper supply connections with 
angled service stops. Watts #8A backflow preventers 
on outlets and 2" standpipe connection, see detail. 

11. P-5 Clothes Dryer Connection 

a. Provide fuel gas connection off appropriate tenant 
meter to clothes dryer at location as shown, 
provide flexible metal hose on shutoff valve 
downstream of dirt tee. 

12 . P-6 Dishwasher Connection 

a. Provide separate hot water supply/stop at location 
as shown, rough 3/4" waste behind cabinets to 
disposer inlet. 

13. P-7 Kitchen Sink (Regular) 

a. Elkay LR-2522 "Lustertone" 18 gauge stainless steel 
self rimming drop in sink, 4 cock hole mounting. 

b. Provide the following: 

1. Symmons S-93-1 single handle faucet with swivel 
spray aerator. 

2. (2) 1/2" sink supply assemblies with loose key 
vandal resistant handle (double outlet on hot 
water), escutcheon, flexible tube riser. 

14. P-7A Kitchen Sink (Handicapped) 

a. Elkay LWR-2522 "Lustertone" 18 gauge stainless 
steel self rimming drop in sink, 3 cock hole 
mounting with offset drain hole. 

b. Provide items #1 & 2 as specified for P-7. 

15. P-8 Disposer 

a. Insinkerator model Badger 10, 1/2 HP, 120 volt 
mounted under P-7 and P-7A. Wiring and control 
switch furnished and installed by Electrical 
Subcontractor . 

b. Provide the following: 



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1. 1-1/2" X 2" I.P.S. trap and connection to 
dishwasher (P-6) discharge. 

2. Hot water connection for P-7/7A double outlet ; 
supply/stop. 

16. P-9 Range Connection 

a. Provide fuel gas connection off appropriate tenant 
meter to range at location as shown, provide 
flexible metal hose on shutoff valve downstream of 
dirt tee. 

17. P-9A Rangetop Connection (Handicapped) 

a. Provide fuel gas connection off appropriate tenant 
meter to range at location as shown, provide 
shutoff valve downstream of dirt tee. 

18. P-9B Wall Oven Connection 

a. Provide fuel gas connection off appropriate tenant 
meter 

to range at location as shown, provide shutoff 
valve downstream of dirt tee. 

19. P-10 Janitors Sink 

a. Fiat MSB2424 molded stone mop basin, 24" x 24" x 
10" high with factory installed drain body. 

b. Provide the following: 

1. Fiat No. 830-AA 8" centers chrome plated 
service sink faucet with integral vacuum 
breaker, integral service stops, adjustable 
wall brace, pail hook and 3/4" hose thread on 
outlet . 

2. Fiat No. 832-AA 30" long flexible heavy duty 
5/8" rubber hose with 3/4" coupling for 
connection to faucet, 5" x 3" wall bracket of 
stainless steel with rubber grips (bracket 
installed by general contractor) . 

3. Fiat No. 889-CC 24" long by 3" wide stainless 
steel mop hanger with 3 rubber tool grips 
(bracket installed by general contractor) . 



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4. Fiat No. E-7 7-AA vinyl bumper guard. 

5. Fiat No. 833-AA Silicone sealant (Dow Corning 
#781) for use with standard gun and applied by 
Plumbing Subcontractor to all matching edges of 
Mop Basin and walls/floor. 

2.02 PIPING, JOINTS AND FITTINGS 

A. Provide all piping as shown on the drawings. All piping 

materials as installed shall be the Plumbing Subcontractor's 
responsibility for compliance with all State and Local 
Authorities having jurisdiction. 

1. Domestic cold, hot, indirect waste relief /discharge 
piping from relief valves (Above Ground) : 

a. Pipe: Copper, ASTM-1388-72, Type "L". 

b. Fittings: Wrought copper, ASTM-B75, ANSI B16.22 or 
cast bronze, ANSI B16.18. 

c. Joints: 95-5 or 50-50 lead free solder (Acid flux 
not acceptable). 

d. Flanges: Cast Bronze, ASTM-B62, 125 lb., solder 
joint. 

e. Bolts: ASTM-A37, Grade B, Square or Hexhead, 2A 
threads . 

f. Gaskets; 1/16" red rubber, full face. 

g. Unions: 2" and under; bronze, 150 lb., solder or 
screwed ends, 2 1/2" and up; use flanges. 

2. Sanitary, waste, roof drain and vent piping: 

a. Pipe: No-hub, cast iron soil pipe, CS-188-59/ Amd. 
1, PVC or ABS (run-outs on residential levels 
only) . 

b. Fittings; No-hub, cast iron, CS-188-59/Amd. 1, or 
to match pipe. 

c. Joints; Per Cast Iron Soil Pipe Institute (CISPI) 
and State Plumbing Code. 

d. At his option, the Plumbing Subcontractor can use 
the following material for pipe branches, short 

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run-outs and water heater pan indirect waste lines 
( Above Ground ) : 

1) Pipe: Type "DWV" copper is to be used for wastejl 
and vents only. ' 

2) Fittings: Copper, brass or bronze drainage 
pattern, ANSI B16.23. 

3) Joints: Per Copper Development Association 
standards . 

Gas piping (Above Ground in building) . 

a. Pipe: Schedule 40 Black Steel per State Gas Code. 

b. Fittings: Malleable iron, ASTM 4-47-74, screwed for 
piping up to 2 " and welded or threaded for piping 2 
1/2" and larger. 

c. Flanges: Steel ASTM A181, Grade 1 A105, socket weld 
for piping up to 2" and neck weld for piping 2 1/2" 
and larger. Bolting shall be per flange standard. 

d. Gaskets: 1/16" compressed non-asbestos. 

e. Unions: For piping up to 2" shall be malleable iron 
ASTM A197, 150 lbs. 

Sewage ejector and sump pump discharge and vent, gas 
and sand interceptor vent piping: 

a. Pipe: Schedule 40, steel drainage pipe, threaded, 
ANSI B125. 2-1970. 

b. Fittings: Malleable steel, threaded to match pipe. 

c. Joints: Per State Plumbing Code. 

Indirect waste piping from water heater pans to sump 
and acid vent piping: 

a. Pipe: Schedule 80 post chlorinated polyvinyl 
chloride (CPVC) or polypropylene (PP), drainage I 
type intended for acid bearing fluids. | 

b. Fittings: Schedule 80 CPVC or polypropylene socket 
type drainage type to match pipe. 

c . Joints : Liquid primer/cement socket weld per State 

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Plumbing Code. 
2.03 VALVES, STRAINERS AND ACCESSORIES 

A. Valves shall be furnished and installed where shown on the 
drawings and where required for the proper operation, safety 
and maintenance of the various equipment and piping systems 
included under this Section. Each valve shall be of the 
proper style and characteristics to suit the service it is 
intended to perform. Provide valve to isolate each toilet 
group and coordinate installation of valves with General 
Contractor to allow for proper access thru ceiling tiles or 
panels . 

B. Manual shutoff (i.e. stops) valves shall be installed in each 
connection to each piece of equipment, fixture, etc., to pro- 
vide for isolation and service; at bottom of all risers; and 
on branches off mains, whether indicated or not on the 
drawings . 

C. All gate and globe valves shall be designed for repacking 
under pressure when fully opened, and shall be equipped with 
packing suitable for the intended service. When the valve is 
fully opened, the backseat shall protect the packing and the 
stem threads from the fluid. All gate and globe valves shall 
have a gland follower. The pressure-temperature rating of 
valves shall be not less than the design criteria applicable 
to all components of the systems . 

D. Bronze valves with the basic saturated steam rating of 125 
psi or 150 psi shall have pressure containing parts of a 
material having at least the physical properties of ASTM B62. 

E. Pressure containing parts of iron body valves shall be of 
material conforming to ASTM specification A-126 Grade B. If 
the wedge in OS&Y gate valves is fastened to the stem by 
threads, it shall be secured by a nickel alloy or monel pin. 

F. Face-to-face and end-to-end dimensions of iron body valves 
shall conform to ANSI B16.10. Design, workmanship, 
materials, and testing shall conform to MSS-SP-70 and MSS-SP- 
71 and MSS-SP-85 (Manufacturers Standardization Society of 
the Valve and Fitting Industry) . 

G. Stems of bronze valves shall be of ASTM-B-584, Alloy 876 
(Cast Silicon Brass), stems of iron body bronze mounted 
valves shall be of ASTM B-371, Alloy 694 (Rolled Silicon 
Brass), or other material equally resistant to 
dezincif ication . 



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All pressure castings shall be free of any impregnating 

materials. 

I 

Each valve shell and seat shall be tested by the manufacturer! 
and shall carry a permanently affixed indication that tests ' 
have been completed. 

All valves of the same type shall be of the same 
manufacturer. Before purchasing any valve, the Plumbing 
Subcontractor shall submit for approval the name of the 
manufacturer, the figure number he proposes to furnish, and 
engineering data on each figure number. Non-standard valves 
will not be acceptable. 

Valves for plumbing systems, shall be manufactured by 
Hammond, Jenkins, Powell, Watts or Apollo and shall be as 
follows : 



1. 



Gate Valves : 



2 1/2" and 3" size and smaller shall be iron body 
butterfly with EPDM discs and copper flanges, j 
except when used in connection to copper tubing, intf 
which case they may be solder end. 

4" and larger shall be iron body bronze mounted, 
OS&Y, or non-rising stem, flanged end. 

Valve schedule: 



Size & Tvpe 


Hammond 


Jenkins 


Powell 


2 1/2" & 3" 








Screwed 


IB645 


370 


507 


Size & Type 


Hammond 


Jenkins 


Powell 



2 1/2" & 3" 








Solder 


IB647 


1240 


1822 


4 " & Larger 
OS&Y 


IR1140 


651-A 


1793 


4 " & Larger 
NRS 


IR1138 


326 


1787 



d. Valves 2" and smaller shall be 125 lb. ball valves 
with bronze body, 316 stainless steel stem, 
extended stem handle, teflon seats and seals, (316 
stainless ball) conventional port and shall be 
designed with an adjustable packing box, a stem 
retaining collar such that the stem shall not be 
capable of removal from the valve while it's under 
pressure, and shall be equipped with packing 

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suitable for the intended service. The pressure 
temperature rating of the valves shall not be less 
than the design criteria applicable to all 
components of the system. 



e. Valve Schedule: 
Size & Type Jenkins Bros . 



Watts 



Apollo 



2" & smaller 
Threaded 

2" & smaller 
Solder 



900-TS-343 



902-TS-343 



B-6000-SS-XHK 70-100-04 



B-6000-SS-XHK 70-200-04 



2 . Globe Valves : 

a. 3" and smaller shall be bronze, renewable 
composition disc type, fitted with a disc suitable 
for the service intended, screwed end except when 
used in connection to copper tubing, in which case 
they may be solder end. 

b. 4" and larger shall be iron body bronze mounted, 
OS&Y, flanged end. 

c. Valve Schedule: 
Size & Type Hammond Jenkins Powell 



3" & smaller 
Screwed 


IB413 


106-A 


150 


Size & Type 


Hammond 


Jenkins 


Powell 


3" & smaller 
Solder 


IB423 


1200 


182 


4 " & larger 
Flanged 


IR116 


613 


241 



Check Valves : 

a. 3" and smaller shall be bronze, horizontal swing 
type, with regrind bronze seat and disc, screwed 
end, except when used in connection to copper 
tubing, in which case they may be solder end. 

b. 4" and larger shall be iron body, bronze mounted, 
flanged end. 



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c. Valve Schedule: 

Size & Type Hammond Jenkins Powell 

3" Sc smaller 

Screwed IB940 92-A 578 

3 " & smaller 

Solder IB941 1222 1825 

4" & larger IR1124 624 559 

Drain valves shall be installed in accessible locations at 
all low points in the piping system to permit drainage and 
servicing. These valves shall be installed on the downstream 
side of manual shutoff valves, risers and branch lines 
specified above, and at low points in mains. Drain valves 
shall be accessible outlet bronze valves, Jenkins Fig. 372, 
Crane 451 or 117. Discharge pipe shall be installed to 
approved points . Whereas discharge piping is unavailable 
install caps and chains on outlet of valves . 

Gas Cocks 

1. Cocks 2" and